For all those descending on the Best of News Design judging for the first time, or who may need a refresher, everything you need is here.
Here is an archive of our live feed from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, where we held a Syracuse Student Symposium on Friday. Also, here’s a news summary of the presentations. Comment on Twitter with hashtag #SND35 or #SNDU.
In this periodic series, we’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at redesigning The Daily Orange of Syracuse University.
Competition coordinator Melissa Angle and the crew have the tables set for SND34. They’re ready to rock the judging, starting at 8 a.m. Keep an eye here or on Facebook for updates throughout the weekend. And we’ll be tweeting @snd with the hashtag #snd34.
We’re streaming live from the Syracuse Student Symposium! Streaming starts Friday, Feb. 8 at 1 p.m. EST, and runs until 5 p.m. Watch it here: http://ustre.am/2h1J We have an excellent lineup of speakers and topics for the annual student workshop, and it’s all available live from Room 141, Newhouse 3, in the S.I. Newhouse School of […]
We have an excellent lineup of speakers and topics for the annual student workshop in Syracuse from 12:30-5 p.m. on Friday at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
The speakers this year: Michael Whitley of the Los Angeles Times, Adrian Norris of The Globe and Mail (Canada), Andrea Zagata of The Buffalo News, Rob Schneider of The Dallas Morning News and Josh Crutchmer of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
The symposium is sponsored by the Society for News Design Foundation and will also feature a student critique session. We’ll also offer an awesome door prize: one free registration to the SND annual workshop in Louisville, Ky. on Nov. 7-9.
After three very long days of judging at Syracuse University (the 23rd time it has been hosted here), general judging of the Best of News Design™ print competition is now complete. Here’s a look at SND33 by the numbers.
Some interesting pages on the tables of Syracuse for the magazine design judging. These are not necessarily winners but are a great representation of wonderful work entered in The Society for News Design’s competition.
Some interesting pages on the tables of Syracuse for the art direction portfolio judging. These are not necessarily winners but are a great representation of wonderful work entered in The Society for News Design’s competition.
Here are some highlights of interesting pages on the tables in Syracuse on Sunday afternoon. These are not necessarily winners, but are great representations of the wonderful work on display at the creative competition.
Three tips to consider when entering the competition: Make the translation easy With international or non-English entries, visual intrigue might capture the judges’ attention, but there’s a good chance they will require a deeper dive into the content to fully evaluate the work. Translating the headline on the entry form is a start (and is […]
EDITOR’S NOTE: We’ve collected comments, insights and trends from this year’s creative competition. The people quoted are kept anonymous, as are the publications they are talking about. COMMENTS FROM SUNDAY Using “The Book” as your guide “It’s OK to have the book (SND’s Best of News Design book which shows last year) as your guide, […]