Judges have awarded a silver medal to the ProPublica for its entry, “Pipeline Safety Tracker” in the data project, over 50,000,000 page views/month category.
Judges have awarded ProPublica a silver medal for its entry, “Nursing home inspect” in the data project (features), over 50,000,000 page views/month category.
Judges have awarded a silver medal to the Wall Street Journal for its entry, “Grading the teachers” in the data project, over 50,000,000 page views/month category.
Judges have awarded a silver medal to the New York Times for its entry, “Over the decades, how states have shifted” in the data project, over 50,000,000 page views/month category.
Judges have awarded the first silver medal of the SND34 Best of Digital Design contest to the Washington Post for its entry, “Newtown School Shooting: Remembering the Victims.”
Erin Polgreen wants to make the news, “more beautiful,” and she hopes her new tablet magazine will do just that. Read more to find out how you can get your hands on the first edition of Symbolia magazine.
Erin Polgreen wants to make the news, “more beautiful,” and she hopes her new project will do just that. Symbolia, which is set to release later this fall, is a tablet magazine of illustrated journalism.
Recently, she spoke with SND about the magazine, innovation and what inspires her.
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 […]
As the clock ticks closer to the Opening Ceremony of the London Games, publications around the world will undoubtedly begin revealing data visualizations that explore the breadth and depth of one of the world’s greatest sporting events. Andy Kirk, the United Kingdom-based data visualization expert who founded Visualising Data, took time to help make sense […]
In about 45 days, students from the journalism and telecommunications departments at Ball State University will have a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to cover the Olympic Games in London. The immersive-learning experience will allow those who have excelled in the classroom and in student media a chance to showcase their skills on a world stage.
In 2011, the launch of BostonGlobe.com quickly redefined the standard for what a news organization’s website could be. It created a responsive-viewing experience that automatically adjusts to the constraints of a user’s screen size or device. For its effort, SND33 gave it the distinction of being named World’s Best designed website. The Globe’s Digital Design […]