Getting Started: Planning

We’re so excited it’s that time of year again!  With Halloween and Bonfire Night coming up, not to mention Thanksgiving for our US customers …why not throw a Yearbook Planning Party?

Now is the best time to think about getting started with your yearbook project. It’s early days, but you can:

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  • Choose your yearbook committee: Main editor, finance, promoters and hunter gatherers
  • Plan your pages and set a budget: Decide on a budget and use that to determine how many pages you’d like. Think about what you want to include on each page.
  • Plan your dates and set deadlines: Working backwards from your handout date is helpful way to see how much time you can allocate to planning and building your yearbook.
  • Nominate your staff proofreader: Your organisation needs to be aware of the project – ask them sooner rather than later!
  • Start your online yearbook: Free, and no obligation: Create your online yearbook now! We’re on hand if you have any questions 🙂

 

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