The Society For News Design is pleased to introduce Courtney Kan of Gannett’s Phoenix Design Studio as the new editor of SND.org. Her role will be focused on content planning and membership engagement. “My goal is to facilitate thoughtful conversation on industry issues, current and emerging trends, and drive conversation around the work created by the communities we […]
SND is nerding out on story-form design, with a focus on inventing new ways to evolve how we think about presenting digital narratives.
It was 1963 when Bob Dylan famously wrote, “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” and leveraged his fame to spur conversation during the height of the Civil Rights Movement. The writing process hadn’t been completed when — according to biographer Clinton Heylin — the iconic folk singer was visited by his friend and fellow musician, Tony Glover. Glover picked up a page of the lyric, looked to Dylan and said, “What is this shit, man?” Dylan replied, “Well, you know, it seems to be what the people want to hear.”
Dylan had an intrinsic understanding of everyday people, and responded with what has become an anthem for societal change in moments both big and small.
Now marks the beginning of change for our Society.
In an effort to make our members aware of officer and board member initiatives, the Society For News Design leadership team is sharing reports from the spring board meeting that took place last weekend in Louisville, KY. This is the first in a three part series of posts, which will also include reports from program and region directors.
The 650th Award of Excellence goes to Superinteressante magazine of São Paulo, Brazil in the Magazine Inside Page Design/Features.