Photos are the bread and butter of every yearbook, and having a ton of photos ready to go is a great start to creating your beautiful book. However, tons of photos can also feel a bit overwhelming and make your design process more time consuming. But don't worry! Just a few organizational tips for your photos can make your entire design process much smoother. We've compiled some of our best tips and tricks for keeping your photos organized and easy to find.
Designing your yearbook doesn't have to be stressful! At Blossom, we understand how memorable a yearbook can be to a parent, grandparent, or child; and we’re here to help. We put together this list of tips for designing a book with Blossom.
The design of your yearbook is an essential part of the yearbook process. However, we know that the majority of teachers and volunteers that come to Blossom are not designers. That's why we are excited to share these principles of design from Lifewire.com to help you learn the basics.
The principles of design suggest how a designer can best arrange the various components of a page layout to connect to the overall design and to one another.
At Blossom, we want to help you with all things yearbook, including marketing and selling your yearbooks! You've spent hours designing and putting together your yearbook or memory book, and now you need to let everyone know about it. This is sometimes the most daunting part.
We've outlined several ideas below to help you spread the word to your school or organization about ordering yearbooks:
Yearbooks for schools and organizations are full of photos, but what makes them special is that they tell a story. They tell a story with the combination of photos and words throughout the yearbook. We typically see yearbooks have printed words on almost every page and these words are just as important as the photos.
In this blog post, we're going to talk about some tips to write effective copy and tell stories with that copy throughout your yearbook.