Instead of This, TRY THIS – Planning Your 2021 Coverage

Planning your yearbook coverage is a whole new ball game this year. Previous years may have allowed you to take last year’s ladder and tweak it for the upcoming year, but some schools are completely reimagining their coverage approach. That may sound scary, but it’s actually a great thing!

Kayanna Pham

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June 11, 2009 / InDesign

Deutsch Inc., Grant Design Collaborative, Walmart, the London Daily Telegraph, the Washington Post, MacDesign, and Macy’s West are just some of the companies worldwide using InDesign.

Robb DeFilippis, senior vice president, director of print services at advertising firm Deutsch Inc., New York, agreed that students will benefit from knowing how to use InDesign when they go job hunting.

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April 16, 2007 / InDesign / Spring 2007

One day, page submission via shipment will be as obsolete as page paste-up. While transitions to new methods can be scary, the switch to online PDF submission should not be. PDFs offer advantages, such as complete control over yearbook pages, no missing links and no shipping. Two yearbook advisers found other perks.

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To Susan Asher, the idea was simple.

Every day, she saw dozens of students walking around the halls of Inza R. Wood Middle School carrying iPods and MP3 players, the small, portable digital music players that have become popular and commonplace among kids today.

Asher, the yearbook adviser at the school in Wilsonville, Ore., figured that the trendy devices could be put to productive use by her staff.

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