WHAT MATTERS TO YOU INSPIRES WHAT WE DO
The Three P's
of Curating a
For the Modern Memory Keeper, curating and documenting your living memories into a yearbook
is as simple as following
the three "P" process,
delivering functionality to
your creative footprint.
By Owner, Sally Wilson
We've all heard the classic Stephen Covey mantra "Start with the end in mind", it’s key to curating a yearbook. There are two questions I am repeatedly asked regarding yearbooks. "Can you share what you do?"Being the first.Thank you for asking! I have written a blog post, sharing my process, which i have termed, the "three P's" for curating a yearbook. The accompanying video outlining this process is shown here!
I definately don't have all answers or even the best fit answer for you, because we all understand Natalie Parker's philosophy
"THE RIGHT MEMORY KEEPING SYSTEM IS THE ONE YOU WILL ACTUALLY DO"
However, I am confident there will be something in this post that will be a trigger, to implement, improve or inspire you, in your endeavours to share your living mmories.
A quote from the post
"If I’m going to have something take up real estate in my heart and home, it needs to add value to my life, so modern memory keeping for me, requires the curation of visual and written narratives that transform a living memory into a treasure, for more than the present generation! I want my yearbook to have more purpose and engagement,
from me and for my audience."