Silver Medal awarded to The New York Times For Information Graphic


The New York Times has been awarded a silver medal in the Information Graphics category for its piece “342,000 Swings Later, Derek Jeter Calls It A Career.”

Judges remarks:

  • I love the way it creates a sense of scale. I’d say it’s probably the only scrolling-queued animation thing that I liked this year. The metaphor was smooth.
  • It gives perspective … in a way that gives me a sense of infinite zoom. If we’re talking about giving awards for inspiring people to try things, this is the message we need to be sending.
  • Not only is this good. I want to point this out as an example of what people should try to do. It’s so simple in it’s user experience that it communicates something.
  • It’s effective, innovative, and pushing the boundaries of aesthetic and technical proficiency.

(Interested in learning more about all the work being honored at the Society For News Design’s “Best of Digital Design Competition?” We’ve got you covered!)

About Ellen Collier

is a journalism graphics student at Ball State University.

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