Emily Wright, a junior at the Ball State University, is this year’s winner of the $2,000 SND Foundation scholarship. Wright, who is planning to graduate in spring, 2020, is the art and creative director of the Ball State Daily News, graphic artist at Cool Cayenne and chapter president for the Society for News Design (SND). […]
Interview by Sara Joosten With the SND Amsterdam coming closer, we wanted you to get to know some of the speakers a little better. We asked them about their career and how they got to the point where they are now without giving too much away about their SND talk. In this interview we speak […]
10 priceless advice for success in your new career Choose your specialization The specialization chosen by a professional photographer must be one that is deemed viable in generating income that will cover expenses. Scout your competition Visit the websites of peers and competitors to learn about their customers and how you can reach them. Some might feel […]
If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to get involved with SND, or to spend a weekend with some of the best visual minds in the business, this is your chance. About 30 SND professional volunteers will be needed again in February 2019 to assist in the 40th annual Best of News Design Creative Competition […]
We are delighted to announce our next SND conference in Europe! This time it will be held in amazing Amsterdam. The ‘City of Freedom’ will play host to a three-day event will be filled with learning, networking and talks evolving around the general theme of SND: Smart News Design
The SND Print Competition Committee has named Jon Wile of American City Business Journals as the Best of News Design 40th Edition competition coordinator.
SND is on Capitol Hill today, working with our friends from Tumblr to hold International Chart Day. A number of sites have gotten into it; I’ll be posting updates throughout the day. Roll Call is covering the event, and has posted a video with tips for Congressmen to create better floor charts. Storytelling With Data […]
The first SND Hong Kong summit was held in the brand new South China Morning Post offices with attendees flying in from South and North America, Russia, Western Europe and of course, Asia.
SND is embarking on a ride to Hong Kong. The gateway city that links the occident with the orient is hosting top professionals in a visual communication festival. Events kick off with a summit on April 13, followed by a two-day workshop at HKU.
By Taylor Skelton Driven by a desire to deliver smart news efficiently, the team at Axios relied on the ideal of subtraction, according to its chief design officer, Alexis Lloyd, who spoke at SNDNYC about developing the product from the ground up. The goal was to design a product that would serve readers and allow them to be […]
SND39 gave me life. By this I mean it gave me a renewed passion for my first love – print news design. This year I was blessed to be asked to facilitate (sort of for the first time) the Society for News Design’s annual Best of News Design competition, at The Coliseum in St. Petersburg, […]
Category 8Ac, Page Design Portfolio Publication: Memphis Business Journal Lead Designer: Ian Lawson Category 13I, Multiple Illustrations Publication: Vanity Fair Illustrators: Steve Brodner, Andre Carrillo, Joseph Darrow, Ross MacDonald, Edward Sorel, Barry Blitt Deputy Art Director: Kaitlyn Pepe Art Director: Tonya Douraghy Creative Director: Chris Dixon Category 13I, Illustration | Multiple Illustrations Publication: Galileu Designers: […]
It’s time once again to talk music. Very bad music, performed by your industry colleagues. Many years ago, at SND36, the SND Foundation Karaoke Night raised $4,850 — more than double its previous judging record. We came up just shy of that number at SND37 and SND38. We cannot revert to old ways now. Whether you’re […]