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Inspired by our 2017 Lifetime Achievement winners?

The list of news organizations that have hired students of our 2017 SND Lifetime Achievement Award winner is looo-ong. This list barely scratches the surface. It goes to show what an impact an educator can have. We’d like to add you to the list if you were mentored by Darcy Greene, Cheryl Pell or Randy […]

Greene, Pell and Stano: Honored with 2017 Lifetime Achievement Awards

Our honorees have had a big influence on the careers of some SND’s most creative visual thinkers. It’s with great pleasure that we introduce the SND Lifetime Achievement Award winners for 2017: Darcy Greene, Cheryl Pell and Randy Stano.

Free! Online course on the fundamentals of news design

Want a starter course on what makes for great news design? SND has partnered with the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas to offer a free five-week online course “Introduction to News Design” from June 27 to July 31. Registration is open. Click here to sign up for this free online course. “We’re surrounded […]

On Lifetime Achievement Award winner Steve Dorsey — motivated, creative, smart, optimistic, an inspiration

VIDEO: See Dorsey talk about his career and decades of service to the Society.

A preview: Roger Black on #newstype at #SNDDC

Legendary designer, art director and SND Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Roger Black will launch a typography series, News Type, at SNDDC next month.

The designer’s guide to Washington during #SNDDC

Coming to Washington for #SNDDC in April? We’ve got you covered on how to get around, where to experience the culture of the city, places to dine and drink, and a whole lot more.

Mario Garcia Master Class at Poynter: A special offer for SND members

Here’s a great deal for SND members. What does it take to succeed in a changing media environment? Learn how to re-invent and re-imagine your work from Mario Garcia.

Design plagiarism: Myth or reality?

Plagiarism is fairly easy to define in most areas of the journalism industry, but there is no copy and pasting in the design world. Where do we draw the line between a flattering imitation and stolen work?