YEARBOO KS All you wanted to know and more YEARBOOK FUNCTIONS Historical document: One of the only publications in the school to record the activities of the year specific to that year = TYO

THIS YEAR ONLY Reference book: a document of facts, scores, figure, dates of school year, activities YEARBOOK FUNCTIONS Picture book: photos show us the story. Words gives us the detail

Public relations tool: businesses like to have copies to show support for the school Educational tool: provides insight into publishing world learn to write, edit, take photos, design, desktop publishing, sales, marketing, team work, leadership, deadlines YEARBOOK ORGANIZATION Sections: yearbooks are divided into sections to

help balance coverage of the book. Usually divided into YEARBOOK ORGANIZATION Student Life: 25-30% usually the first section of the book coverage of activities such as homecoming, jobs, vacations, etc. Academics: 10-15%

coverage of new classes, interesting classes and teachers YEARBOOK ORGANIZATION Organizations: 15-20% includes photos of clubs in the school. People: 15-35% all portraits of students, usually includes some little stories, profiles

YEARBOOK ORGANIZATION Sports: 15-20% athletic teams Ads/Index: seniors and often times businesses may purchase ads in the book, index is a list at the back of the

book that includes all names that appear on each page in the book PLANNING THE YEARBOOK Ladder: the overall map which shows the placement of every page in the yearbook. Pages must be turned into the plant by sigs. The plant cant print pages until a sig is complete. PLANNING THE YEARBOOK

Signature: a section of the yearbook, that when folded, creates 16 pages. The book is a group of signatures bound together Flat: an 8 page section of the yearbook, one side of a signature DESIGN TERMS YOU SHOULD KNOW Bleed Body copy Cropping Dominant photo

Dummy layout Folio Gutter Pica NEW DESIGN TERMS Colophon: a statement recording the names of the staff and the printer, kinds of type and paper used, size of the edition, and other information about the production of the book

Cover: binders board covered with printed or silk- screened materials which protects the pages. Usually includes the first representation of the theme or concept, as well as the name of the book, the name of the school, and the year. NEW DESIGN TERMS Die cut: process whereby a hole is literally cut into a cover or endsheet using a metal pattern.

Double page spread (dps): two facing pages designed as a single unit. Endsheet: Heavy sheet of paper that attaches the book to the cover. There is an endsheet in both the front and back of the book. NEW DESIGN TERMS Eyeline: to link a spread, a horizontal line is established

across the spread above or below the center to give movement to the readers eye. Four color: the full color using four processes to obtain all colors Internal margins: elements the separation between all

NEW DESIGN TERMS Job number: number assigned by the publishing company to the school. The number must appear on every everything sent to the plant. Spine: the part of the binding that connects the two flaps of the cover.

Book name, year, volume number YEARBOOK THEMES Theme: The central idea or concept. The narrative or pictorial thread that unifies the various parts of the book and somehow describes the year Should have a distinct design that attracts readers YEARBOOK THEMES

The theme through graphic development and copy should appear in the following places: Cover Endsheets title page opening section division pages closing section folio

YEARBOOK THEMES Theme copy: sells the theme to the readers, helps readers understand how the theme applies to the school year, should be easy and enjoyable to read Mini themes: should appear on the division pages of each section, should be a branch of the main theme

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