The solar eclipse, visualized From coast to coast, a total solar eclipse swept across the United States on Monday. These pages and presentations captured the excitement of this phenomenon, which had not occurred in a nationwide path across the entire U.S. since 1918: PRINT ONLINE Everything you need to know about the Solar Eclipse […]
The Society for News Design is seeking nominations for the office of Secretary/Treasurer for 2018. This is an open-ballot position: anyone who is nominated, meets the requirements of the position and chooses to run will appear on the ballot.
A new report by the American Press Institute focuses on content design examines the facts around complex and divisive topics through alternative formats designed to be more accessible and less politically volatile. Issues important to communities — jobs, immigration, education, crime, climate change, for example — have grown more complex, and in many cases, politicized. […]
FREE for SND student members! Are you a high school or university student? Or recently graduated? Are you in London or Europe? Here is your opportunity to get valuable advice and constructive critiques from publishing professionals to prepare you for the professional world. Bring your portfolio, regardless if it is comprehensive, under construction or finished, […]
August is only starting and Society for News Design provides a calendar of events happening this month.
We’re pleased to introduce a new feature for SND members — a new portal that makes it easy to find nearby members; see and connect with members anywhere in the world with a visual and dynamic directory.
When it comes to news design and innovation, the Washington Post may be the best in the business. Armed with a team dedicated to using new ideas to increase the paper’s audience, they have been able to pull off rare feats.
If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to get involved with SND, or to spend a weekend with 60 of the best visual minds in the business, this is your chance.
Alexandro Medrano is newly appointed SND regional director to oversee, manage and secure the best representation in the design industry that Region 11 rightly deserved.
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.
SND CONTRIBUTOR: Todd Johnson, is a visual journalist at the San Francisco Business Times. Prior to the Business Times, he was a contributor at Los Angeles NPR affiliate KPCC 89.3 and VoiceWaves, a non-profit youth media organization. Todd’s work has received honors from the National Press Photographers Association, the Press Photographers Association of Greater Los […]
Kelli Sullivan Deputy Design Director for News & Projects Los Angeles Times What is your current job title, and how long have you been in that role? Deputy Design Director for News and projects. I have been in this position here at the Times since 2005, 11+ years. Before that, I was Deputy Design Director in our […]
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 […]