Yearbook staffs are always looking for some inspiration or a little boost of creativity for their theme, cover, coverage and layouts. The Design Showcase area here at walsworthyearbooks.com is home to four galleries, which display images of some of the finest work done each year by Walsworth Yearbooks schools. Each gallery contains its own Search…
Summer workshops are when most yearbook staffs develop the themes of the upcoming year’s book. But the process of coming up with that concept that creatively ties the book together and makes all the editors, staffers and adviser happy with isn’t an easy process. Fortunately, we’re here to help in the Yearbooks Blog! We’ve been…
The world of yearbooks constantly evolves, and yearbook advisers need fresh teaching materials to keep up with the changing landscape. Walsworth Yearbooks is meeting those demands with a new version of its Yearbook Suite curriculum, just in time for the 2014-15 school year.
Readers should be the first thought when planning a yearbook, and the last thought as the final page heads off to the plant.
Summer is here, and for most that means sun, fun and time off to relax. However, there can still be a little bit of time for the yearbook staff to get some work done. Here are five productive ways the staff can stay busy while still enjoying their summer.
In their quest to keep their yearbook relevant, this award-winning, veteran adviser’s staff has abandoned strongly held theme development principles to make an emotional connection with their readers.
Choosing a theme can be difficult, but crafting a design around it, or just using design as an unspoken theme, can be even more trying.
There is no such thing as a perfect theme, but any theme can become a great theme. The trick is to develop the theme thoroughly and commit to it.
With the last deadline met and yearbooks not set to ship for another two months, it was time for the staff to think of next year’s theme. But we were not going to simply brainstorm it as a class; each of them was to develop a theme and sell it to the rest of us. That’s where this theme project came in…
As the school year and the work on this year’s yearbook is winding down, advisers can already start their preparations for next year. One great way to get ready for next year is by attending a yearbook workshop. You can see all of Walsworth’s workshop options in our updated Workshop Central section, with listings broken down by month.