“You have endless options when it comes to yearbook design. Colors, styles, fonts, the list goes on and on. Among those options is the possibility of an overarching theme that ties the entire yearbook together.”
There was a whirlwind of activity here in the Yearbooks Blog right before our break last week, and we've got some more fun stuff to share. While we were down in San Antonio for the JEA/NSPA Convention, I was able to catch ...
6 Elements that Make a Great Graphic Designer. Posted on November 19th, 2012 ashworthcreative. By: Brianne Radtke, Public Relations. So, you're a graphic designer. But are you a “great” designer? How do you discern between your ...
Is social media like high school? In this infographic, social media sites are assigned a high school stereotype based on what content is being shared. (RT @JMIteam: If #SocialMedia was a high school, this is how the yearbook would look!
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