Three more speakers join an impressive roster of speakers at the 2014 SND Frankfurt workshop (click here to register). John Niedermeyer is the Deputy Editor for Digital News Design at The New York Times. He leads a team of digital designers in the newsroom who craft and build visually-rich story presentations, digital-first interactive features, and special packages for planned [...]
Ted Irvine, the senior design director at Vox Media, joins an impressive roster of speakers at the 2014 SND Frankfurt workshop (click here to register). We asked him a few questions to get to know him better. While I find inspiration from newspapers, I rarely read them anymore. When I do have the opportunity to do so, I [...]
Ibrahim Nehme is the editor-in-chief of The Outpost magazine. Two years ago, he quit the advertising world and founded The Outpost. Published from Beirut and dubbed “a magazine of possibilities,” The Outpost is a quarterly print publication that aims to ignite a socio-cultural renaissance in the Arab world by inspiring its readers to explore a world of possibilities. Soon after its [...]
Students mock up a feature page at the 9th annual Newspaper Design Days at Zaman. Adonis Durado of the Times of Oman is enveloped by students. When you enter the offices of Zaman newspaper in Istabul, you’re greeted by large block letters represented the five W’s and one H of journalism, as well as an [...]
Three more designers have been added to the roster of speakers at the 2014 SND Frankfurt workshop, joining an already impressive lineup.
WAN-IFRA and SND are happy to announce the 2nd biennial News Design Conference in South Asia. Good things are often worth repeating. Such is the case for the South Asia News Design Conference, co-presented by SND and WAN-IFRA. The 2012 conference in New Delhi was such a hit that we’re bringing it back, this time [...]
The 2014 SND Frankfurt workshop, just four months away, is rolling out its roster of speakers. We’re sure you will agree that already, the lineup is impressive.
Our team set out to answer the question of “How might we better help readers understand stories by improving the context?”.Over the two-day SNDMakes designathon in March 2014, we built Backstory. It’s a visual and structural prototype that got us thinking about how we present the news.
Team green: Moving Stories Kyle Ellis is a designer for CNN Digital and digital director for SND Tory Hargro is visual designer manager at USA Today Frank Mina is deputy managing editor at the San Francisco Chronicle Zach Wise is faculty at Medill School, designer developer at Northwestern University Knight Lab Adam Baumgartner is a junior at Ball State University Tyler [...]
Team blue: Project Skim Damon Kiesow is senior product manager at The Boston Globe Adam Schweigert is director of technology at Investigative News Haoyun Su is a data journalist at the Indianapolis Star Tyson Whiting is a lead designer at Vox Media KK Rebecca Lai is a junior at Northwestern University and a Knight Lab student fellow Priya Krishnakumar is a [...]
Team pink: Sluice Huge Ma is a front-end engineer at Vox Media Rebekah Monson is a communication manager at the University of Miami Cory Williams is support manager at Vox Media Tim Wong is a senior digital designer at The Washington Post Katie Zhu is a software engineer at Medium Nicole Zhu is a sophomore at Northwestern University and a Knight [...]
Day one of #SNDMakes included time for participants to discuss questions related to our topic, a series of lightning talks on subjects ranging from project management and user testing to Tarbell and Meteor.js, and low-fi wireframing.
This weekend, in conjunction with the digital competition in Indianapolis, more than 30 industry thought leader are digging in on two focused days of ideation and prototyping for #SNDmakes Indianapolis: The story form.
This weekend SND is nerding out on story-form design, with a focus on inventing new ways to evolve how we think about presenting digital narratives.
SND is nerding out on story-form design, with a focus on inventing new ways to evolve how we think about presenting digital narratives.
SND asked Phillip Ritzenberg, one of the SND’s founders and its only two-term president, to speak at the Awards Banquet at SNDLOU to help commemorate the organization’s 35th anniversary. We wanted to share it here as well.