Advisers from Crescenta Valley, Steinbrenner High win mini-fridges in Why I Yearbook drawing

Tyraysha Peterson from Crescenta Valley High School and Courtney Nickel from Steinbrenner High School were drawn Friday as winners in Walsworth’s Why I Yearbook drawing.

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September 27, 2017 / Coverage / Design / New Advisers

A recording of yesterday’s live webinar with Walsworth’s Mike Taylor, CJE, Not Your Mama’s Yearbook, is now available for viewing. Taylor spent an hour talking yearbook trends.  The discussion focused on all the reasons and ways yearbook staffs should be bringing their 2018 books up to date and not simply sticking to traditions. The presentation…

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September 19, 2017 / Design / News

Submissions from three Walsworth Yearbooks schools were named Finalists by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) on Tuesday in its 2017 Design of the Year Contest. There were 10 Finalists named in the Yearbook Page/Spread category and three were from Walsworth Yearbooks. Susan Wang from the Wings staff of Arrowhead Christian Academy in Redlands, California,…

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yearbook color palette
August 31, 2017 / Design

You might not realize it, but color decisions impact every page of your yearbook. Colors influence mood, evoke emotions, attract attention and much more. The colors you choose to use, and the ways you use them, will be one of the most important design decisions you make during the yearbook creative process. That’s why Walsworth…

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2017 Homestead High School yearbook cover
July 31, 2017 / Cover Spotlight / Design

In this week’s Cover Spotlight, we’ll take a closer look at the 2017 cover of Homestead High School from Mequon, Wisconsin. The 2017 Homestead yearbook cover (seen above) used a great metallic material called Luminaire Gold linen. Their theme “UPGRADED” is represented in large bold letters on the cover. A white silk screen was applied…

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July 19, 2017 / Cover Spotlight / Design

For our latest Cover Spotlight, we’ll look at the 2017 yearbook cover from Oak Hills High School in Hesperia, California. Through a sophisticated laser cut placed on the front cover (seen above), you catch a sneak peek of the bright, colorful palette the school is using for the sections of the interior of their book.…

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March 24, 2017 / Ask Mike / Design / Spring 2017

HEY, why are you using font sizes that can be read from the space station? You and your students have a vision for the final project. Hopefully, in that vision, you dream of a classy, sophisticated book that your student body and community will love. You know your colors, you’ve planned great coverage, you’re getting…

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November 21, 2016 / Cover Spotlight / Design

In this week’s Cover Spotlight, let’s take a closer look at the 2016 cover from Covenant Christian Academy in Houma, Louisiana. The staff of The Mane Event used colorful paint splatters to create the image of their lion mascot on the cover (seen above). There is just enough paint on the cover for the shape…

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November 7, 2016 / Cover Spotlight / Design

In the newest edition of our Cover Spotlight, let’s take a closer look at the cover of the 2016 Crotalus from Felix Varela Senior High School in Miami, Florida. This cover demonstrates a great way to create a printed cover that has all the characteristics of a decorated book. The artwork is printed on White…

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November 2, 2016 / Design / Yearbook 3D

Most yearbook staffs now have a few months of work behind them, which most likely means your yearbook cover has already been concepted and created. However even if your basic cover design is finished, it’s not too late to still consider adding an extra touch with Walsworth’s Yearbook 3D augmented reality platform. Walsworth Yearbooks is…

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