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June 6, 2016 / Design

Just in time for many yearbook staffs to head out for summer workshops, the Cover Gallery here at has been updated with 30 new 2016 covers! Visit the Cover Gallery today to take a look at the creative designs and applications staffs used this year. These 30 books are an initial update for 2016.…

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March 28, 2016 / Design / News

The 2015 yearbook of Walsworth Yearbooks school Lake Stevens High School in Lake Stevens, Washington, was recently selected as a Regional winner of the Eska Frog Award for Excellence in the Book category. Walsworth’s Michelle North, a designer in the Creative Services Department, worked with the Lake Stevens staff to create the unique cover and…

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March 10, 2016 / Design / News

Entries from the 2016 yearbook of Walsworth Yearbooks school Cascade High School in Everett, Washington, were honored recently in their county’s Scholastic Art Awards. Cascade designers Seth Tarr and Rhiannon Richardson won a Gold Key award in the Design category for a divider spread in the 2016 book, and a Silver Key in Design for…

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October 22, 2013 / Design / Fall 2013

You may like the way photos appear on your computer monitor screen – bright and vibrant. However, you cannot trust your monitor – what you see on your screen may not be what your images actually look like. Think about calibrating, or color balancing, your computer monitors.

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July 26, 2013 / Spotlight

Twice a year Walsworth’s Idea File magazine brings you dozens of articles on design, photography, marketing, writing and all the latest yearbook trends with its Fall and Spring issues. Now, that content along with videos and more will be available on your mobile device through Idea File Extra.

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October 11, 2012 / Design / Fab Factor / Fall 2012

A yearbook should be created for more than the eye. The book should feel good in a reader’s hands, and make them want to pick it up, touch it, hold it and open it. When you think about the theme and direction of your yearbook, think not only of the design on the cover, but how materials and applications can convey that theme.

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