Posted in: Spotlight
A trip into New York City for the holidays, dining at Radio City Music Hall and close seats to Radio City’s Christmas Spectacular show – it’s a dream day that 31 yearbook advisers and students recently got to experience when they attended the Walsworth Yearbooks Fall Premiere.Read more → /?php the_title(); ?>
Posted in: Fall 2013, Online Design
Online Design has a Tag Photo feature that enables you to attach names to your images, simplifying caption writing and improving your ability to track student appearances in the book.
Posted in: Fall 2013, Five Simple Ideas
In 20 years when you open your yearbook, you’ll want to flip through pages that truly reflect what made your high school experience unique. Although many things are the same at high schools, each one provides its own experiences in a typical day that make it different.
You can follow anything and everything going on in the world of yearbooks through the updates in our Blog. Daily posts on yearbook news, marketing videos, pop culture - check it out now!Yearbook Blog →
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?
Several yearbook staffs are seeing a huge boost in sales this year by trying out the tactic of holding a one-day sales event.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. (Nov. 18, 2013) – Seven yearbooks published by Walsworth placed in the Best of Show contest this past weekend at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in Boston.
Overland Park, Kan. (Oct. 30, 2013) – Yearbooks from two Walsworth universities placed in the Best of Show contest this past weekend at the ACP/CMA Fall National College Media Convention in New Orleans.