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 […]
Let’s make 2017 a productive year for design. To help, the Society for News Design has a special gift for you: A distinct calendar highlighting the most important events during the year, featuring world-renowned illustrators. The secret for outstanding work? The planning, of course! When designers and art directors have enough time, they can produce […]
The Society for News Design is pleased to introduce SNDigest: A bimonthly newsletter for members only.
Fernando Baptista is a child of the 70s, which among other things meant sci-fi, summer blockbusters and action figures. He grew up on Star Wars, Planet of the Apes, King Kong. His mother would get him comic books and he’d spend hours sketching into the book’s margins. He’d get a Star Wars figure customize its […]
The SND Tablet Quick Courses have yielded fantastic turn outs with designers who are eager to extend their skills into the digital frontier and beyond. The task each class was given was simple: Build a responsive portfolio site with a focus on tablet design and touch. Learn more about the course format and results from instructor Joey Marburger.
The handout is below for the Rob Schneider/Josh Crutchmer presentation on what we love and hate about design, and what the competition means to SND. SND33-Lessons
At the beginning of 2012, I made a New Year’s resolution to learn to code. It was all the rage. I didn’t really know what learning to code meant, but learning it seemed like the right thing to do. Ten months later, I finally took the plunge.
This is the second in a series of posts about my journey as a designer learning to code.
After years of campaigning, gazillions of negative ads, thousands upon thousands of debates, oodles upon oodles of facts checked, gaffs that made their own gaffs, mailers, robocalls, stumping, swinging, polling, real-clear-politicking, all endlessly, breathlessly analyzed, re-analyzed and re-re-analyzed. And now we are here. Election Day 2012.
A day like no other.
Let’s see what you’ve done. Show your work here at SND | Show Your Work on tumblr. Click on the submit button and you can post a text or image file. Ask a question and then we’ll discuss, breakdown and breathlessly move on to the next big thing.
This week we’ll focus on the election, but think of this as our digital gathering spot where you can start to come to check out each others work.
Who doesn’t love a good superhero story? Let’s see, there is Batman, Spiderman, Superman, Super Girl, Super … well, there are actually a lot of them. Take your pick! One thing that they all have in common is weapons or tactics to help them achieve success. In newsrooms everywhere, the weapons and tactics for storytelling […]
As the design world — indeed, much of the entire world — mourns the loss of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, who died Wednesday at 56 after battling pancreatic cancer, SND looks back on the device that changed our lives. Please share your thoughts about Steve Jobs.
A panel of election coverage heavyweights brought together a wealth of experience on different media platforms, but one thing stands out in the news coverage: STICK TO THE PLAN! Jason Chiu, a design editor at The Globe and Mail in Toronto, has some back-to-basics advice for how to make your election coverage shine. “Build templates. […]
See Change, the power of visualization May 19 – 20, 2011, University of Minnesota – Minneapolis campus Special invitation for SND members The University of Minnesota School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the College of Design are partnering with AIGA, the professional association for design, to host the second annual Change: The Power of […]