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 […]
Svenska Dagbladet (SvD) has a long tradition for great design. In 2000, it was the first major daily newspaper in Sweden to switch from broadsheet to the tabloid format (“the most profound and daring change in 30 years of Scandinavian news design”, Ole Munk called it in Aviserat 1) and SvD’s history of winning multiple […]
In an ongoing preview of speakers for the upcoming #SNDSF conference, SND interviews award-winning designer Mark Porter of Mark Porter Associates.
On October 3, the Boston Globe launched a redesign of it’s Saturday edition, aimed at highlighting enterprise stories and infusing the pacing and look of magazines into the weekend edition. I asked Dan Zedek, assistant managing editor for design, to share a look at the second week’s pages, the philosophy behind the redesign and how readers […]
Libération, one of France’s most iconic newspapers, launched its redesigned print edition on June 1st. They called on SND-award winner Javier Errea who achieved a spectacular redesign, paying tribute to Libération’s original rebellious spirit. Errea shares a look at his process. What was the brief of this redesign? It is not a secret that […]
The Hindu, one of the largest circulating dailies in India, had recently redesigned its Sunday Magazine. It was an in-house redesign done by National Design Editor Deepak Harichandan and crew. It is a real example of how one can use white space effectively as a part of design. Deepak Harichandan says about the redesign: “A lot […]
Singapore’s biggest publishing house SPH (Singapore Press Holding) celebrated its 170th anniversary with a complete redesign of SND award-winner The Straits Times, integrated with print, online and apps. To commemorate this important event, Singapore’s most-read newspaper invited design consultant Lucie Lacava to introduce a new redesign from print to online. She has helped to redesign over 100 publications around […]