2018-2019 Yearbook Theme Wish List
We have spent a lot of time over the last couple of weeks presenting our ideas for next year's Yearbook Theme. Staff has (hopefully) taken strong notes regarding the themes, ideas and page elements that they have liked in the presentations. Now, it is time to review all of those notes, open up the pages to re-examine them, as needed, and decide what you would like next year's book to look like.

You will be documenting your favorite page elements, design layouts, theme ideas, colors and fonts. Once everyone has had their input, we will go through the results and come up with a theme for next year's book!

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You have seen 20+ presentations regarding Yearbook Theme ideas for next year's Yearbook. Which VERBAL THEME did you like the most? Describe WHY you liked this theme and WHY you think it would be a successful theme for our book. *
VERBAL THEME= The theme "motto", usually given as the title of the Yearbook. Past examples from the Highlander include: "A Piece of the Puzzle," Husky TIME (magazine), "Portraits," "From Start to Finish," and this year's "Looking Up, Looking Back."
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You just listed your FAVORITE verbal theme for the Yearbook. Did you have a "Second Best" theme that you liked? Describe which and why you liked it. *
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Given your favorite VERBAL THEME from above, describe the COVER that you envision for the book next year. This can come from a presentation or from other inspirational sources. Describe how your cover would introduce the theme and be an attractive presentation for the book. *
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We reviewed a bunch of different ideas for how to present PHOTOGRAPHS in next year's book, mostly with an eye towards avoiding the BOXINESS of the last couple of year's pages. Describe any PHOTO TREATMENT IDEAS that you have seen that you would like to have incorporated into next year's book. *
Provide details!
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Describe your TOP FIVE PAGE DESIGN ELEMENTS that you would like to see incorporated into the book for next year. *
This includes such elements as title fonts, page numbers, design shapes, borders, dividing elements, etc.
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How do YOU think we should increase our COVERAGE of students in the Yearbook next year? *
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Describe your ideas for how we should present COLOR in the yearbook next year? Be specific. *
What colors should we use in the book? Should color change from page to page? Section to section? Should the book be one or two main colors or lots and lots of colors?
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Describe your ideas for how TEXT should be presented in next year's book. What fonts should we use for TITLES, for story text, etc. Be specific. *
If you know specific fonts that you like, list them. If you have specific ideas for TITLE layouts, include those, as well.
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The DIVIDER of the book is supposed to be the MAIN THEME page of the book, showing all of the visual elements that guide the book. DESCRIBE your ideal DIVIDER to match the theme that you like.
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Talk about CHRONOLOGICAL elements in next year's book. We have done chronological books for the last three years. Would you continue with a chronological book? If so, describe how that would work in your book. If not, describe WHY NOT. *
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What do you think should be the BIG THING that we attempt to do with the Yearbook next year? For example, this year, we included all of the "Old School" stories and photos from old yearbooks. For next year, what do you think we should have as a focus for the book, so that it offers something more than just photos and captions?
Some examples that we have heard this year: Focus on student artwork, student interviews and backstories, "behind the scenes" information, community involvement, connections between students, photography, details of Highland, etc.
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At the start of this year, we discussed becoming involved more with social media as a Yearbook staff. Do you think that this should be an element of Yearbook next year? Describe why or why not.
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