Looking to make a yearbook? You can’t do it alone. Behind every great yearbook is an equally great yearbook team, working tirelessly behind the scenes to get the job done.
When you write an essay or an exam question, you read it afterwards. And again. And again.
Why should your yearbook be any different? Checking publications for errors, or “proofing”, has been a part of the print industry for as long as it’s been around – with good reason.
Every day, people add grainy, low-definition images to their yearbook projects. It has to stop. Here’s what to look out for, how to avoid fuzzy photos, and the easiest way to add photos to your yearbook.
Learn the tips and tricks your yearbook committee need to get investors interested in and excited for your yearbook project. It’s a great way to secure extra funding for your yearbooks.
If you’re a college or university student looking to start a yearbook project, you might not have considered what an incredible CV-padding opportunity this can be.
Pizza. Or yearbook. Pizza, or yearbook? You don’t want to force people to make this decision. If they’re having a hard time choosing which one to buy, you’ve done something wrong. A pizza is tasty for a day. A yearbook holds memories for…
If you’ve no idea where to start, don’t worry. Nobody knows what to write until they get started. Learn what to include on the first page of your yearbook, and some great ideas to get your project kickstarted.
Looking for leavers’ hoodies? Here’s a guide to finding best hoodies for you – a hoodie you’ll be so proud to wear, you’ll be digging it out of your wardrobe every week.
While screaming “we’re making a yearbook!” in a crowded room might get the message out there quickest, it’s probably not going to get people involved in the project and excited for the big reveal. Also, you would look like a lunatic. Luckily, there are better, quieter ways to advertise.
If you want to save lasting memories, social media just isn’t going to cut it; you need a yearbook. Here is the definitive list of reason why a yearbook is a better time capsule than social media.