Spring Idea File Magazine Now Available Online

Written by Jenica Hallman, CJE

In case you were needing some good news, the spring 2020 issue of Idea File magazine is now out!

This issue is full of great content that will motivate you as you finish this year or inspire you for next year. Head over to walsworthyearbooks.com/ideafile to see a digital edition of the magazine, read articles on our blog or view the Caught Our Eye selections in our Design Showcase page.

You’ll get a chance to hear what our Level Up winners, Har-Ber High School and Meridian High School, have been up to since winning the Level Up contest in the fall in our new column, Level Up Update.

You can read about Ryan, one of the biggest yearbook superfans out there, to remind you how important the work you do with the yearbook really is in our new column, Lasting Impressions. A yearbook editor and successful photographer shares Five Simple Ideas for Creating an Online Portfolio – the perfect project for students to work on from home.

And we’ve got great feature articles discussing the 2020 election coverage in your yearbook, how to host an ad night at your school for parents so you can complete (and receive payment for) all ads in one night and Jim Jordan’s newest article, Whose Book Is It Anyway? – a think piece that will help you recognize who your book is for and who it is not for. And of course, we have much, much more. You won’t want to miss any of it!

We recognize that many schools are not convening in their normal school building, so you may not have access to the physical copy of the magazine until you re-enter the building. But all of our content is available for advisers and students online in a digital format to enjoy right now. Enjoy this latest issue of Idea File, and know that Walsworth Yearbooks is here to support you.

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Jenica Hallman, CJE
Jenica Hallman, CJE

Jenica Hallman, CJE, is an Associate Copywriter for Walsworth Yearbooks. Yearbooks got into her blood in high school, and she has been pursuing them ever since. She has worked in various capacities as a high school and college yearbook editor, an adviser, sales representative, plant customer service representative and now in marketing, her favorite role to date. She holds a bachelor’s degree in mass media communications from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma.