SND is giving you a chance to get to know some of the SNDCLT Speakers before the conference. This week Fernando Baptista, Senior Graphics Editor of National Geographic Magazine.
For those who live in Japan, earthquakes are almost part of their daily routine. A tremor occurs in Japan at least every five minutes, and each year there are up to 2,000 quakes that can be felt by local residents. The average is between 4 and 5 magnitude that is considered “normal” (2.5 to 5.4 […]
Greicy Mella Greicy is currently a designer at the New York Daily News. Prior to that she designed at several New York City newspapers, served as an art director at the National Enquirer and a layout artist at HAMPTONS and GOTHAM magazines. She received grants to attend SNDMakes in Austin and Chicago. After her prototyping experience […]
What is SNDCampus? SNDCampus is the latest endeavor within the Society of News Design for our student members by our student members. A meeting place. A community. A blog for those who want to stay informed about what’s going on in both the collegiate and professional design worlds, get advice from seasoned vets and […]
SND is giving you a chance to get to know some of the SNDCLT Speakers before the conference. This week Yuri Victor, Principle Designer and Developer for Vox Media.
The Society for News Design has announced seven finalists for the award of World’s Best Designed Digital News experience. Each is wildly different in their focuses but share an overriding commitment to visual storytelling.
SND is giving you a chance to get to know some of the SNDCLT Speakers before the conference. This week Greg Manifold, design director of the Washington Post will take us behind the scenes with their award winning design team.
Five special webinars through Poynter’s News University, packed with tools and takeaways to power your career.
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.
The New York Times recently released a report that prescribes changes intended to carry the news organization into 2020 and beyond. A key recommendation: turn up the visuals. I am proud to have taken part in a previous effort to uplift the visual report at The Times, when I was hired to be the newspaper’s first […]