Lise Mogensen Junior Graphic Designer Politiken What is your current job title, and how long have you been in that role? I work as a Junior Graphic Designer, which at Politiken means that I’m still enrolled as a student. I have worked here full time as an apprentice for about three years, finishing my final […]
Reinvent a magazine that hadn’t undergone a significant redesign since publication started in 1978. Here’s how Matt describes his approach to transforming the look and feel of the legacy magazine.
May is only starting and Society for News Design provides a calendar of events happening this month. “The best that you can do” is the 2017 SND Year-Long Conversation to provide incentive and help designers worldwide to improve themselves, be more creative and to do their best designs in print and online, by thinking in […]
As a way of gauging if he met the ambitious goals he had set for the period, the Society for News Design and the Danish newspaper Politiken invited cartoonists from all over the world to create cartoons that addressed this question: “How did Donald Trump manage his first 100 days as president?”
The 18th annual Best of Student Design competition is in the books, recognizing work from around the world done at student newspaper or magazine, as well as classroom work. View the winning works here. Congratulations to all the winners.
The Society for News Design is delighted to announce the two winners of World’s Best Designed Newspaper. Entries were evaluated on writing, visual storytelling, use of resources, execution, photography, headlines and “voice” – as well as overall design. Congratulations to the two World’s Best print winners from SND38: Die Zeit […]
SND’s print competition committee officially welcomed Chris Rukan of the Washington Post as the coordinator for the 39th Best of News Design Creative Competition, to be held in February 2018 in St. Petersburg.
The Society for News Design’s 39th annual workshop has kicked off in Charlotte, N.C. with an opening reception at the U.S. National Whitewater Center. Students spent the pre-conference day at the offices of American City Business Journals, hearing from pros and getting design critiques. Others attended a strategy session — Think Before You Make — […]
You may well be worn out, tired and bleary-eyed on Friday morning, but don’t let that stop you from joining the discussion around the Best of News Design. We’ll have coffee, and we’ll do the talking. The annual public Print Competition Committee meeting is at 8 a.m. Friday, ahead of the busy final day of […]
We are excited to have partnered with an innovative service provider to help SND members stand out in an increasingly digital world. The new .design domain name is going to be provided free for the first year via our own snd.design site.
I am pleased to announce the appointment of our four new members on board. Let us welcome Adonis Durado, who has accepted to take the role of Print Publication Director. Alexandro Medrano is our new regional director Region 11 – Mexico, Central America. Kyle Ellis is now the regional director overseeing the U.S. and Canada. Kyle […]
April is only starting and Society for News Design provides a calendar of events happening this month. “The best that you can do” is the 2017 SND Year-Long Conversation to provide incentive and help designers worldwide to improve themselves, be more creative and to do their best designs in print and online, by thinking in advance […]
SND newsletter is ready! This edition we talk about the most important value in your career and life – your health.
On Thursday the state of North Carolina reached an “awkward compromise” to repeal House Bill 2, the controversial measure that restricted cities such as Charlotte from enacting anti-discrimination ordinances and required transgender people in public buildings to use the bathroom corresponding with the gender marked on their birth certificate. “In a perfect world, with a […]
Cartoonists love the characteristics of Donald Trump – for good and bad. SND already received fantastic cartoons from all over the world and we can’t wait to show all of them to the public. But we are keen to receive more cartoons from all the creatives to show the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency.