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February 1, 2017 / New Advisers / News

Walsworth Yearbooks announced the publication Wednesday of Our Best Advice: Lessons for New Advisers from the Yearbook Experts – a new eBook filled with valuable tips on a wide-ranging variety of yearbook topics. A free copy of Our Best Advice can be downloaded by visiting https://www.walsworthyearbooks.com/bestadvice. Created for new yearbook advisers, but also applicable to…

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October 18, 2016 / Theme

To bring a cohesive look to your yearbook, your theme should be on the cover, endsheets, and the title, opening, closing and division pages. Begin moving your theme beyond the cover with this activity from the “Finding Your Theme” unit of the Yearbook Suite, by Crystal Kazmierski, adviser at Arrowhead Christian Academy in Redlands, California.…

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August 29, 2016 / Cover Spotlight / Marketing / Theme

Coloring books for adults remain popular, and one way for students to have fun now and remember the trend later is to create a yearbook cover they can color. The yearbook staff at Blackhawk Christian School in Fort Wayne, Indiana, jumped on that craze early with their 2015 yearbook, with the idea evolving from their…

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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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February 4, 2011 / Design / Winter 2011

Trends burst into the spotlight, and then their star power fades away. As an adviser, guiding teen staff members in using design trends can be scary, with pitfalls to be avoided.

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August 5, 2010 / Theme

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…

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