The truth is anyone can slap a few photos and captions on a page, but that doesn't make the yearbook look good. One reason to stay with an expensive yearbook company is to use their graphic design team of adults. One reason to move to #SlidesYearbook is to empower students to learn graphic design principles that they can use for other subject areas projects and their future careers.
- How to learn GRAPHIC DESIGN by Karen Kavett
- Beginning Graphic Design: Fundamentals by GCFLearnFree.org
- Beginning Graphic Design: Layout & Composition by GCFLearnFree.org
- Yearbook Design Basics by Tyler Melton
- Google Slides for Desktop Publishing by Joshua Pomeroy
- 20 Design Rules You Should Never Break by Mary Stribley
- Design Tips by Fusion Yearbooks
- 50 Design Terms Explained Simply For Non-Designers by Mary Stribley
- The Principles of Design by Jacci Howard Bear
- Want to know how to design? Learn The Basics by Jacob Cass
Color theory! What is? Which color combinations grab your eye? Which color combinations should not be used?