SND asked Phillip Ritzenberg, one of the SND’s founders and its only two-term president, to speak at the Awards Banquet at SNDLOU to help commemorate the organization’s 35th anniversary. We wanted to share it here as well.
SND hosted its first hackathon event in conjunction with the annual workshop. Participants created and shipped five new products in just over 24 hours.
Harris Siegel was given SND’s Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday. We haven’t heard much Harris since he left newspapers in 2008, so we wanted to catch up with some questions and answers.
Indiana University student Will Royal illustrated speakers at SND LOU, then he posted them to Instagram. See some of the illustrations here.
Members of the Boston Globe visuals team share the behind-the-scenes story of covering the terrorist attack at the Boston marathon.
This afternoon, Brian Gross of the Washington Post presented “Play Ball”, a session in which he discussed various pages from the Post’s sports coverage of the Washington Nationals.
Pablo Mercado and Ted Irvine from Vox Media presented “A short history of Vox long-form.” Vox publishes The Verge, SB Nation and Polygon.
Emily Theis is an editorial designer at The Boston Globe and will soon finish her senior year at Ball State University. Throughout the workshop, she will be illustrating key points from our speakers.
This morning Jaap Biemans of coverjunkie and Volkskrant Magazine presented “Celebrating Creativity”, a session that took a look at the best covers of 2013 and what it takes to make the cut.
This morning, Andrew Kueneman, deputy director of digital design at The New York Times, Greg Manifold, design director at the Washington Post, Sarah Sampsel, director of digital strategy at the Washington Post, and Judith Siegel, senior UX designer at CNN.com presented “Go Long: How to master long-form digital design,” a session about the process behind making a couple thousand word stories beautiful in a digital presence.