The details: Karaoke takes place on Sunday night (Feb. 19) after the judges and facilitators have finished for the day (around 10 p.m. Eastern) Want to challenge your boss/coworker/friend/enemy/significant other to a song? You can …
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 […]
The Society for News Design officers and board members are happy to welcome two new appointments: Aviva Loeb as Membership Director and Greicy Mella as SND.org editor.
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.
The primary takeaway this year is the new location for judging and sending entries — the competition is now organized, audited and held in Florida.
The headline is: Best of Sports Design has a new home. You can find all of this year’s winners at snd.org/bosd. The results are in, the winners have been selected, and you can see them all now. Vote your your favorite and in mid-June we will reveal those winners. Visit the 2015 hub here. […]
“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, […]
Today at Drumlins, the judging facility, all the judging teams worked very hard to get through a great many entries. We saw excellent work and many very deserving winners. Becky Markovitz was bringing you atmosphere from Syracuse and photos of some winners all day on Instagram. Everyone is very tired (including the person writing this post). […]
It was an eventful day at judging in Syracuse today. The good news is that the snow has stopped. The bad news is that means it’s about to get colder. I spent the day floating between an excellent student session and the hard-working long form team, taking a few Polaroids for my scrap book. The […]
Hello from snowy Syracuse! Wish you were here. The SND37 Creative Competition is just starting to get rolling. Judges are trickling into the hotel, snow is (of course) falling, temperatures are dropping and it’s looking like perfect weather to stay inside for the weekend. We’re hoping the snow won’t be too deep that we can’t […]