Tips for a successful car line yearbook distribution

Social distancing and closed school buildings have added new twists to the school year, but adviser Carey Pung of Okeechobee High didn’t let that stop him and his staff from a yearbook distribution via car line.

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September 29, 2015 / Theme

Nothing will kill a theme faster than boring copy filled with platitudes about what the year could have or should have been. Theme copy is not the place for lofty statements that sound deep but fail to capture the everyday thoughts and feelings of students at your school. The goal of theme copy should be…

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September 4, 2015 / Theme

A good yearbook tells the story of a year. A great one tells it with style and flair. That’s where theme comes in. Think of theme as the personality behind the yearbook. It’s what makes one book stand apart from another. The best themes help you define the year through any combination of words, phrases,…

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August 19, 2015 / Theme

The pressure is on to find a theme – an all-encompassing thread, a concept for a book that won’t even come out for several months. This is the burden of many a yearbook staff forced to settle on a theme just to have one in place. And often those themes have little to do with…

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August 11, 2015 / Coverage / Design / Theme

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 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…

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July 22, 2015 / Theme

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…

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September 28, 2011 / Fall 2011 / Theme

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.

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