We’re ending our pre-4th of July week with some fireworks of our own. We’ve decided to announce two new speakers today instead of one: Michael Renaud, Creative Director of Pitchfork, and Trei Brundrett, VP of Product and Technology for Vox Media. If you haven’t been following the announcements this week, then you’ve hurt our feelings. Luckily, we don’t hold grudges in Louisville, so we’ll give you a quick recap of the five announcements for the week.
We’re ready to start unveiling workshop information for SND Louisville, and the countdown is now underway. We’re pretty far along curating a great lineup of speakers. We’re excited, and not very good at keeping secrets; so, we’re not going to wait for one big reveal a couple months before the conference when the schedule is set. We’re announcing five speakers this week, and every week after we’ll unveil at least two names.
The Cleveland workshop is upon us! The lineup is outstanding! Friday’s schedule is here, including Mario Garcia, Karl Gude and Bottle Rocket Apps and way more. Saturday’s lineup is here, including Jim Brady, Zach Wise and the Heads of State.
This workshop is different. We’ve got an awesome opening reception at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Most folks are staying downtown, and the conference is a few steps away at Sammy’s in One Cleveland Center.
If you haven’t signed up, do it here.
You have a little more than a month to make plans to join the best and brightest visual journalists in the world as they descend upon Cleveland for SNDCLE, the 24th Annual SND Workshop and Exhibition. On the menu, inspiration, tech training and a chance to get a career spark in a beautiful city that’s an easy car trip from virtually everywhere in the U.S.
The workshop is Oct. 11-13. Register here.
Register for the special hands-on iPad graphics garage workshop here.
Check out the new SNDCle site here.
This September, in beautiful Mexico City, a top-notch group of leaders of visual design will gather for La Cumbre Mundial de Diseño en Prensa, the World Summit on Media Design. This is the second time the Cumbra has been held in Mexico and SND is honored to be a part of it.
The Cumbre, a collaboration between Excelsior, Grupo Imagen, El Universal, Sintesis, El Economista, Arroyo, Grupo Expansion, Siempre!, Secretaria de Turismo Ciudad de Mexico, Istmo, Net-Channel.tv and Universidad Panamericana will be held in Mexico for the second year.
The event will be held Sept. 24, 25 and 26 at the Universidad Panamericana. SND members can register here.
SND’s Annual workshop this October in Cleveland is unlike any other this year in terms of creative firepower aimed at all platforms. Creativity and inspiration will run through all the sessions with breakouts that will help you with new skills, generating ideas and giving you a big blast of inspiration.
SND is offering a triple-play of new deals. Check them out and sign up today:
• Group rate, save $200: News organizations registering five or more attendees at the same time receive a 10 percent discount off the total cost. (example: Signing up five at the professional rate saves $200)
• Become a member, save $50: People who join or renew their SND membership along with registration get 10 percent off the total cost. (example: Renewing a professional membership while registering at the professional rate gets a $50 discount)
• Register and you could win an iPad: The first 100 registrants to SND CLE are automatically entered to win a new Apple iPad — drawing to be held during the SND Business meeting.
Society for News Design board members gathered for our twice-a-year board meeting Wednesday, Sept. 28 on the 21st floor of the workshop hotel — The Renaissance Grand. The board is made up of volunteers from across the globe representing different geographic regions and topic areas. At the meeting were members from Dubai, Germany, Mexico, Canada and the U.S.
How to follow — and join — the discussion, on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Youtube and more.
We caught up with the legendary Tim Harrower as he was gearing up for SND STL and wanted to know a little about what it’s like to be him — and what’s on his mind heading into his big double-header appearances at the workshop… STEVE DORSEY: You’ve taught all over the country — high school and […]
We caught up with Robert Newman, creative director at Reader’s Digest and SND STL panelist to find out a little bit more about what makes him tick: SND STL: You’ve done amazing work at a lot of great titles over the years. If you could have editorial and visual control of just one magazine anywhere […]
The 2011 Society for News Design annual workshop and exhibition is excited to offer a customizable, digital program guide that’s also mobile and tablet friendly. It’s a great way to organize your conference experience at SND STL — and it makes for a handy alibi, too. This video offers a brief tour. Log in and […]
St. Louis’ “Clan of the Barbarian” isn’t the only group seeking new members this Fall, come join the some of the SND Committees and get abused for a good cause! The meetings are open to all to attend and will be held on Friday, Sept. 30 in the Lindell Room on the first floor of the […]
UPDATE 9/11: Use the new SND STL Washington Ave & Downtown Map to plan your adventures! In addition to the cornucopia of exciting activities at the SND STL Opening Reception, we’re going to have a bar crawl to close out the opening night. Here’s the schedule and destinations (drink specials coming soon for each bar): 10 […]
UPDATE 9/11: Use the new SND STL Washington Ave & Downtown Map to plan your adventures! Friday night is pretty wide open for SND STL attendees to do whatever they want — check out the Arch and CityGarden, explore some of the other areas of St. Louis, hit up the casino, explore Washington Ave. more, […]
Here’s a quick guide to the hotel and registration desk for the SND conference and pre-conference workshops. It’s important to note that there are two buildings to the Renaissance Grand, connected by an underground walkway (don’t worry we’ll have dozens of signs directing you): The main hotel building (with all the guest rooms) The “Concourse” building […]
Education is a continuing and important piece of the future newsroom, this session will help find ways to stay up to speed: Education in Digital Age This session will discuss how teachers and life-long learners can stay up to speed on the most recent technological developments and their applications to journalism. Especially focused on balancing limited budgets, limited […]