For decades, yearbook teams like yours have struggled to get through the process. Lucky for you, the task of building-out a yearbook has never been easier. You just need the right tools.
A great tool to use to populate your yearbook is Instagram. Using Instagram in your yearbook construction will benefit both you and your classmates. It will make your process more efficient, and organizing will be easier than ever before.
The compiling of photos, the writing of articles, and the designing of yearbook pages. All of these different pieces translate into a yearbook project that can last for months, if not an entire school calendar year. And to get to the finish line you’ll need to hit a series of deadlines along the way. Time cannot be wasted. Energy cannot be dispersed. Productivity will not happen by accident.
We still call him Toss. To this very day, when we reconvene at class reunions, we still call him Toss. Of course his real name is Todd. But, on a keyboard, the S and the D are side-by-side. Todd became Toss, thanks to an error in our yearbook.
While we still get a kick out of that one, it is actually symptomatic of larger issues within the yearbook editorial process. Mistakes of any kind point to either a lack of ability or a lack of effort. It really is that simple. And, as the Toss story illustrates, these errors have both immediate and long-term ramifications.