Wrapping up the SportsDesigner-SND cameo right here, and it seems fitting to end it simply, with some closing ceremony front pages. Seriously, what’s left after that? The Times of London The Guardian The Independent The Telegraph The Sun The Daily Mail Bonus i. The Guardian’s Brick-By-Brick piece — which, in the U.S., we recall from [...]
A look at a missed set of preview graphics from El Correo.
More interactive graphics, the soccer gold-medal page and an up-close look at the decathlon from the New York Times.
Taylor Bussick, Valerie Carnevale, Bobby Ellis, Corey Ohlenkamp and Emily Theis are among the 40 students from Ball State University who travelled to London for the school’s immersive-learning program, BSU at the Games. For those of us who have been following the Olympics from home, we’ve relied, in part, on stunning photography to take us from our [...]
Today’s collection leads off with a motion-capture graphic from the New York Times, this one is on how to win on the high dive: Find the graphic here: Leap three stories, impress judges. U-Sain in the Mem-brane!!! There is zero chance I didn’t say that back in the 2008 Olympics roundup from whatever day this [...]
Checking out a video infographic on weightlifting and a tower graphic from the Boston Globe, as well as more from the NYT and other U.S. papers.
UPDATED WITH PAGES. The New York Times compares every Olympics 100-meter winner ever.
A glance at some Times of London pages from the past week, and catching up with a few U.S. papers from this weekend.
A practical approach to Olympics graphics online that almost any outlet interested in an online graphics presence could pull off.
More from the New York Times, including a race featuring every 100-meter freestyle medalist ever, plus pages from Boston, Detroit and Buffalo.
Members of the Sports Illustrated photo team discuss the Olympics, and historic photos from previous Games.
A contest to visualize the Games, the fronts from The Guardian and Times, and the sports front from the Buffalo News.
A look at some more early-Olympic presentations and a high-end online infographic from the New York Times.
Taking a spin through presentations of the rather shocking two-and-out performance from the Spanish soccer team. A look at L’Equipe’s web presence, and a glance at how China Daily is presenting the Games online.
A glance at some infographics, photography and other digital experiences from some of the UK national papers based in London.
The roundup of print previews really was not complete without sharing the New York Times’ work. A selection of their preview pages is here.