Posted in: Online Design, Spotlight
The next generation of Online Design, the powerful yearbook creation website provided by Walsworth Yearbooks, will be released later this spring when Online Design 2016 becomes available to yearbook staffs for the first time.Read more → /?php the_title(); ?>
Moms and dads toil over photo albums for hours. They search old hard drives in hopes of recovering the one photo that sums up the “awkward years.” Parents give over their precious memories and tearful words so you can create a “Senior Ad.” Now it’s up to your staff to create a beautiful page and keep those parents coming back for more.
Posted in: Fab Factor, Fall 2014, Photography
Let’s say students went wild at the school Talent Show for a rock band of four junior girls who only formed their group three months ago. Your staff has photos from the show for the yearbook, but they would like to profile the band and include photos from their practices at home. That’s even easier with Walsworth’s newest mobile app, Yearbook Snap.
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New mobile app
Yearbook 3D, the free augmented reality mobile app exclusively from Walsworth, is changing the way people look at yearbooks. Yearbook staffs, students and news media are all watching in amazement as Yearbook 3D brings their yearbook to life.Read about it now →
Why Didn't I Think of That?
Continuing in the tradition of creative marketing that led to YearBlinko, the yearbook staff at Shawnee High School recently organized their latest fun promotion around Valentine’s Day.Yearbook marketing tips →
Common yearbook tweaks
Being an adviser is a tough job, rife with tricky tasks for newbies. For those who made it through the first years, what would you go back and do differently – if you could?Yearbook fixes →
Overland Park, Kan. (Feb. 3, 2015) – Nine 2014 yearbooks printed by Walsworth Yearbooks have been honored as Pacemaker Finalists by the NSPA.
Overland Park, Kan. (Jan. 27, 2015) – Emily Arnold, CJE, from Haltom High School in Haltom City, Texas; and Allie Staub from Westfield Middle School in Westfield, Ind. – both Walsworth Yearbooks customers – were among those chosen as 2015 recipients of the Rising Star Award from the JEA.