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Yearbook Terms, etc
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Serves as an entry point into the feature story
Large, catchy words, often enhanced by graphics
A mini design of photos and text
a strip of white space that spans two pages to visually link them
indicates the page number and content
eight pages on one side of a press sheet, indicated by ladder shading
typically short stories or groups of facts, figures, or opinions presented in a broad range of design formats
presents facts and figures, often poll/survey results, in an illustrative way
2 pages in a yearbook
A grouping of pages printed on the same press sheet and folded into a 16-page mini booklet
How many types of text alignment are there?
4 (left, right, center, and justified)
Alignment is important because. . .
It creates clean designs, it creates relationships between objects, and it guides the reader.
Dominant elements are usually at least how much bigger than all other elements?
2 times bigger
The largest element om a spread is called a. . .
Dominant area, focal point, or CVI
Dominant elements should be placed on a spread near. . .
Dominant images create visual. . .
Expanded captions have how many parts (including the optional quote)?
The first sentence of an expanded caption is written in what tense?
In a story, the nut paragraph is. . .
A paragraph on the most interesting information
A photograph taken from below the subject is called. . .
worm's eye view
This type of marketing is about taking the consumer by surprise, making an indelible impression an creating social buzz, often with displays that interact with everyday environments
This type of marketing is effective because it reaches consumers electronically, making it easy and convenient to make purchases with a push of a button
social media marketing
a primary headline over a secondary headline is called a . . .
A single-line secondary headline over the primary headline is called a . . .
A multi-line secondary headline beside the primary headline is called a. . .
A multi-line secondary headline on top of the primary headline is called a . . .
What type of lead is this?
Unwilling to accept the news he had just reviewed from the doctors, he lowered his head in defeat. His mother sat speechless in the corner, one tear rolling down her face as she saw her son's chance to claim a state wrestling medal disappear because his heart just wouldn't allow it.
What type of lead is this?
Deion Sanders Jr. knows what they say in the hallways. They say he'll be a horrible quarterback. That he's too short. That he can't see squat past the six-feet-something offensive linemen. That he's cocky. That he'll never amount to anything. They say he'll never be his dad.
What type of lead is this?
"Coach Hawkins!" Brad Hawkins, the longtime Westlake athletic trainer, recognized Coach Steven Ramsey's voice over the noise of the spectators behind him. But he had never heard Ramsey's voice like that. Hawkins ran to Ramsey, who was crouched over varsity player Matt Nader pleading with the athlete. "Hang in there. Don't leave us. Everything's going to be alright."
Junior Josh Duckworth has an obsession. OR He never knew he had it.
Eyelines are not a method of aligning items on a spread.
Size 8-10 font is the best for captions
Primary headline fonts should be three times the size of secondary headlines
A common headline writing strategy is to use rhyming words
A transition in a story can include facts, indirect quotes, or partial quotes.
In a lead paragraph, a direct quote connects to the nut graph.
A survey has a larger sample size than a poll
Polls are frequently used by the professional media to sample public opinion
Ten is a common sample size for surveys
It's okay if captions contain some generalities
Every caption should include the 5 Ws and H (Why, What, Where, When, Who, and How)
Promotion incentives create a sense of urgency
A good theme should be recognizable, relevant, and repeatable
A conceptual spin-off features key words pulled from the theme statement
A written statement cannot be considered libel if the writer was making a joke
Under fair use, yearbooks and newspapers can use other people's photos, music, and artwork because it is considered educational and within a school setting
Every photo taken should have a caption, even if it's only identification of the people in the photo.
The organization of a yearbook staff echoes corporate organizational structure
Knowledge of theme development is rarely used in the corporate world
It's okay to use famous art or photos of celebrities in your publication because only the people at your school will know
A yearbook builds schools spirit and chronicles the year, so it's important to include every student at least three times.
You should only take pictures during an event, not before or after
10 point font is utilized most consistently for news, feature stories, as well as alternative story size.
Unplanned white space weakens the design on yearbook spreads
It is bad to adjust spread layout templates to fit the content you have because they were designed that way for a reason
Photos, text, and graphics in a modular block don't have to be related
It is okay to use placeholder names in captions or articles because they will be switched out later
Pages should be submitted to the plant as double page spreads if they are to count towards a deadline
It is okay to take photos directly off of facebook for yearbook spreads because the resolution is good
The yearbook theme should be a secret until the yearbook is distributed
An eyeline is a horizontal line of white space that spans a double page spread
Chiches should be avoided at all costs
A pica is a common unit of measurement in desktop publishing
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