Your source for all things yearbook. Send your staff here to find out all kinds of info. Especially there is a link to buying your yearbooks online.
In the beginning there was National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) and Kelby Training. Now there's just KelbyOne. The best place for training and Photoshop help in the land.
Need help with Photoshop, InDesign or any of Adobe's applications? This link goes directly to their support page. Links to forums and more can be accessed as well. If you need any help with an Adobe product, go here.
Their name says it all. Hands down, this is the best magazine ever printed for design. Available in digital & print. Digital is a wonderful teaching tool. But the magazine in either format is a must-have for any graphic designer.
If you use a Mac, then click this link to go to Apple Tech Support. It's a direct link.From there you can contact them for tech support on your computer or their software or any other product that Apple creates.
Of course you know where this link takes you. Right to Yearbook Avenue. If you are using YearTech Online you can start desiging. If you use InDesign you will find all the info about your school and your yearbook on YBA!
A free, weekly podcast devoted to teaching you all that is Photoshop. . New episodes each week but all the past ones are available as well.
Want to see some of the coolest designs ever? This is the place. Designers from all over the world show off their best stuff
What if you don't need a resource, you need an idea. Get your creative juices flowing at Ideabook. Also created by Chuck Green, Ideabook has design ideas, insights and links.
If you use a PC, then click this link to go to Microsoft's Tech Support. It's also a direct link. Unless they have changed it again. They do that a lot.
Jostens Yearbook Love is produced by Jostens Creative Account managers and has lots of great idea generators, lessons and more that you can use. It is worth checking out.
Another great site that's chock full of Photoshop goodness. Tutorials, videos and more.
This is a great place to find free and paid plug-ins, extensions and scripts for all Adobe applications. Sorry, if you want to purchase one, they only take credit cards, not purchase orders.
Chuck Green's daily (or almost daily) design blog. He is one busy guy. But he is also the GURU of design. There is no better resource online for the graphic designer than his three sites.
If you need to learn just about any software in the the computing world, then lynda.com will probably have an online course you can take. Or if you want to get your staff up to speed on Photoshop or InDesign, this is the place to come.
This is a great way to exchange ideas with other yearbook advisers and their staffs around the country.
Keep constantly up-to-date with yearbook news by following Jostens Yearbooks on Twitter.
Still another great site about the world's best digital photo software. If you can't find what you are after on this one or the previous three links, it's probably not out there.
Considering the purchase of a digital camera? Before you spend a single cent, you have to see this site. It compares and contrasts just about every piece of digital photo equipment from simple point and shoot cameras to flash units to ultra-high end DSLRs.
Superb coverage of all things Adobe. A website (that used to be a magazine) that covers all Adobe applications. Tons of tutorials on Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator.
If your staff is getting serious about InDesign or if you have a staffer who says they want to be a graphic designer when they graduate, this site is a must see. Consider subscribing to their digital-only magazine. But sign up for their weekly free tips as well.
Isn't that a great name? The site is exactly that--a jumping off point for any information about design. The best links page for graphic designers.
The folks at Before & After magazine decided that they needed someplace where designers could talk amongst themselves and thus the Grid was born. A great place to try out designs. You will get lots of feedback.
If you suspect your Internet connection has slowed down (or is really bad to start with) then run the SpeakEasy Speed test. Just click on the server nearest to you and wait a few seconds (or if your connection is really slow, minutes) It will tell you how fast your critical download/upload speed is. Most school servers run between 10 and 20 megabytes on downloads and 4-5 megabyte for uploads. If yours is not in those parameters, it's time to contact your tech support people.
Like your ideas in pictures? Check out Jostens Pinterest page. Pin some of their stuff to your boards.
Not so much looking for Photoshop as just digital photography help? Then check out Fred Miranda. His site is the place to meet online if you shoot a Canon. And there's lots of great non-Canon photo info as well.
Yup! Jostens is on Instagram too.
Very much like FredMiranda.com with less about Canon cameras and more focused on Nikons.