Exploring Yearbook Trends for 2025

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Spring 2014

March 18, 2014 / Spring 2014 / Teaching Moments

Three years ago, a “spread” was Mom’s Thanksgiving dinner on the dining room table. A “gutter” was what I helped Dad clean leaves out of in the fall. A yearbook was what I automatically received every year in college, but to which I paid little attention.

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March 14, 2014 / Picture This / Spring 2014

White, or negative, space is a beautiful, beautiful thing – unless it’s unplanned and takes away from the quality of your pictures. A photo with content that fills the frame has power. It compels the viewer to stop and take notice. You have two chances to compose the perfect photo: once when you take it and once when you place it.

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March 12, 2014 / Spring 2014 / Staff Management

Vegetable soup means different things to different people. You can enjoy it with the familiar carrots, green beans, peas and corn. Some cooks add squashes and kale. Others want macaroni or rice, or to make it heartier, lentils and beef. The same is true with your staff manual. The basics are good. But the more items you add, the more it will sustain you.

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March 10, 2014 / Advertising / Marketing / Spring 2014

To make money, it’s been said yearbook staffs should sell their products – yearbooks, ads and options – and not candy bars and car washes. If your yearbook staff has a great annual fundraiser that your school enjoys, stick with it. But if it’s time to venture into or improve your business ad sales, these tips should get your staff organized and increase their confidence.

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