Best of Digital Design judges awarded NPR’s “Planet Money Makes a T-Shirt” presentation two medals in two different categories.
Judges have awarded the Best of Digital Design’s first gold medal to the Guardian for its interactive NSA/Edward Snowden graphic in the “use of multimedia” category.
To get to know them better, we asked the judges at SND35 Best of News Design™ three questions. Here are all the mini-interviews we conducted during the competition in Syracuse this year.
A National Geographic joint print-digital entry was named Best in Show for the 35th edition of the Best of News Design™ competition. Twenty-two judges voted unanimously to give the award on Monday afternoon.
A gold medal goes to National Geographic Magazine of Washington, D.C., U.S.A., for Combination Print & Digital Presentation.
Good afternoon from Syracuse, where are finishing up the 35th Best in News Design™ competition (although the World’s Best judges stick around until Tuesday.) We have passed the 1,000 award threshold as we finish up the judging. The judges are in their final categories and will soon be moving toward discussing the potential candidates for […]
Good sunny morning from Syracuse, where we have begun our final day for the 35th Best in News Design™ competition (although the World’s Best judges stick around until Tuesday.) The judges have given over 900 awards and the International Web Desk is hard at work trying to show you selected A of E’s, and all of Silver and Gold Medals and JSRs.
Night falls on Syracuse and the SND International Web Desk is busy cranking out coverage from the 35th Best of News Design™ competition. And there is a lot more to come tonight and tomorrow.
A gold medal goes to The Guardian of London, U.K., for Special Coverage, Single Sections, News. It also gets a Judges’ Special Recognition for storytelling.
A gold medal goes to Variety Magazine of Los Angeles, Calif., U.S.A., for Photo Series, Project or Story.