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Vote now: The 36th Best of News Design Cover Contest

We’ve seen a lot of competition judging in the last few months – Best of Print, Best of Digital, Malofiej, etc. – but there’s one more to go: we’d like you to help us judge the 36th SND Best of News Design cover. We have 21 cover possibilities for your consideration. Have a look at […]

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Cover 36: Who’s got it? Enter our cover competition

Submit your cover design by Friday, March 27. We’ll post all the entrants here and give you a chance to vote on your favorite. The winning design will be the cover of the 36th edition of The Best of News Design™ annual.

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Winners list: 2014 Best of Digital Design competition

The Society For News Design is thrilled to announce winners from the 2014 “Best of Digital Design” competition.

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College Design contest deadline: March 23

The 2015 SSND competition, hosted by SSND Mizzou, is open to all college students. For entry information, click here.

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Join us for the Syracuse student workshop

Judges will convene in Syracuse later this month to determine the Best of News Design 36th edition. We’ll precede the judging with a special training opportunity for students – a workshop at Syracuse led by the judges and facilitators.

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Danny DeBelius of NPR wins Gold in Individual Portfolio

Judges awarded a gold medal to Danny DeBelius of NPR for his portfolio. See his work here:

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Judges Award Amanda Cox of the New York Times a Silver Medal for Individual Portfolio

Amanda Cox has been awarded a silver medal in the Individual Portfolio category at SND Digital’s Best of News Design.

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Washington Post Wins Silver Medal In Daily Breaking News

The Washington Post won a silver medal for its “CIA Interrogation Reports.” “This really stood out for exposing the contradictions in a very clear way.”

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‘Chasing Bayla’ Wins Silver Medal For The Boston Globe

The Boston Globe has been awarded a silver medal in the Features, Single Subject category for its piece “Chasing Bayla.” Judges remarks: “What they did here, you can click over to visual view and you can read this very beautiful and complete cliff-notes to the story.” “I think it deserves a silver because of the experimentation, but I […]

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Judges Award Silver Medal To ‘Songs We Love’ Feature By NPR

NPR has been awarded a silver medal in the Features, Single Subject category for its piece “Songs We Love.”

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NPR Wins Gold Medal For ‘Demolished’ Feature

“I think one of the best things that journalists can give to the world is our editing…. This is a complicated story, but it does not seem complicated.”

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Los Angeles Times Wins Silver Medal in Features, Single Subject

“The thing we didn’t see enough of that this thing did successfully is create a community around the project… not only did they create community around it, but they tapped into that thing that makes you want to share.”

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‘Treatment Tracker’ wins silver medal for ProPublica

ProPublica has won a silver medal in the Information Graphics, Planned Coverage category for its piece “Treatment Tracker.”

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Silver Medal awarded to The New York Times For Information Graphic

It’s effective, innovative, and pushing the boundaries of aesthetic and technical proficiency.

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O Globo Wins Use of Multimedia Category Silver Medal

“You see a ton of galleries of user generated content…and it’s always presented in the same way. This way of putting it together was very clever.”

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Judges Award The Washington Post Gold Medal for ‘The N-Word’ In Use Of Multimedia

“I like everything about this: The execution, the idea. I like that it’s evolving around conversations. This seems like the right approach to talk about this subject.”

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