SND is giving you a chance to get to know some of the SNDCLT Speakers before the conference. This week Ashley Boyd, Pastry Chef • 300 East and Heritage Food & Drink When: Tuesday March 28, 2017 Where: Facebook What time: 3 pm EST time Want to see him speak in person? Register for SNDCLT. Read the […]
For those who live in Japan, earthquakes are almost part of their daily routine. A tremor occurs in Japan at least every five minutes, and each year there are up to 2,000 quakes that can be felt by local residents. The average is between 4 and 5 magnitude that is considered “normal” (2.5 to 5.4 […]
Greicy Mella Greicy is currently a designer at the New York Daily News. Prior to that she designed at several New York City newspapers, served as an art director at the National Enquirer and a layout artist at HAMPTONS and GOTHAM magazines. She received grants to attend SNDMakes in Austin and Chicago. After her prototyping experience […]
What is SNDCampus? SNDCampus is the latest endeavor within the Society of News Design for our student members by our student members. A meeting place. A community. A blog for those who want to stay informed about what’s going on in both the collegiate and professional design worlds, get advice from seasoned vets and […]
The Society for News Design has announced seven finalists for the award of World’s Best Designed Digital News experience. Each is wildly different in their focuses but share an overriding commitment to visual storytelling.
If the best journalistic design reflects its subject, then newspaper and magazine designers in the Trump era are appropriately thinking in bold strokes, multi-column headlines, and tons of yellow and orange hues.
Next week, a bevy of visual journalists will come to St. Petersburg, Fla. to help with the Society for News Design’s annual creative competition. Some will judge the competition, but many students and professionals will help as “facilitators.” It’s a tough job, but one that comes with incredible learning opportunities and gives everyone involved a […]
Last October, Roger Black and Poynter brought five well-known designers to New York City to rapid-prototype the future of news design. Now they’re gearing up for Phase II of this Design Challenge.
On the heels of one of the newsiest years in recent memory, reasons to enter SND’s flagship competition have never been clearer.
A collection of pages and other work from around the world off of the passing of boxing legend Muhammad Ali.
“It’s all storytelling, you know, that’s what journalism is all about,” Tom Brokaw once said. But, how can audiences differentiate whether they’re consuming an act of journalism, or just a good story? In an age where so much of the internet is dominated by gossip, satire, and sponsored content, audiences want to know who is producing the news, […]