Design Fundamentals

Using Grids in Yearbook 360 - Online Design
Learn the Power of Grids in Yearbook 360 Design: Watch our quick training video to enhance your layouts and engage your readers!

photo by Adrian Talamantes

Design Fundamentals: Using Grids in Yearbook 360 – Online Design

About this Video

"Design Fundamentals: Using Grids in Yearbook 360 - Online Design" focuses on the art of setting up grids in your designs. Grids are your secret weapon to making your layouts shine, guiding your reader's eyes and ensuring they stay engaged. Watch this quick training video to educate your staff on the necessary steps to using grids in Yearbook 360 - Online Design.


Mike Taylor, CJE, is a Journalism Specialist with Walsworth Yearbooks. He taught yearbook, newspaper and television production for 13 years at Lecanto High School in Lecanto, Florida. As a well-known instructor at workshops and conventions across the country, Taylor has consulted with countless yearbook staffs to help them realize their full potential.

Jim Jordan is the former yearbook adviser at Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks, California, and now a Special Consultant for Walsworth Yearbooks. Jim was JEA’s National Yearbook Adviser of the Year in 1996, and his yearbook staffs at Del Campo were frequent award winners. In 2019, he was honored by JEA with a Lifetime Achievement Award. He is also the host of the Yearbook Chat with Jim podcast on the Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network.

Sabrina Schmitz, CJE, is a Walsworth Yearbooks representative, key accounts specialist and the former publications adviser at J.W. Mitchell High School in Trinity, Florida. Under her leadership, The Stampede yearbook earned multiple CSPA Crowns, an NSPA Pacemaker, and was a Design of the Year Finalist. She was Teacher of the Year in 2013, was a District Teacher of the Year Finalist, and teaches at workshops and conventions nationwide.