From a young age, Rachel Orr knew she wanted to be a designer. But it wasn’t until she took a class in news design in college that she realized she wanted to pursue visual journalism. Now, Rachel serves as the design editor for By The Way, an initiative launched by The Washington Post’s Emerging News […]
Around a year ago, Bethany Bickley decided to take a leap and become a full-time freelance designer. Bethany, who studied informational graphics and publication design at Ohio University, has worked in the past at The Virginian-Pilot and Pacific Business News. But when her and her husband made the move to Savannah, Georgia, in August 2018, […]
Society for News Design (SND) invites UK students interested in journalism and design to a one off event we are running in collaboration with The Sunday Times on February 4th 2020. Hosted by Google in their London offices we will be offering you the opportunity to work with award-winning creatives and live out a day of […]
The World Cup is always a big issue for the sport sections and of course design plays a great role to make a difference between sport sections around the world. For the next four weeks, SND will showcase some of the best World Cup coverage in print and online. Please be free to send us […]
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
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.
SND is going strong heading into its 40th year, having transformed the design conversation in newsrooms over the past generation. To celebrate this occasion, we asked five design luminaries — Deb Withey, Julie Elman, Pablo Bernasconi, Andrea Levy, and Chloe Cushman — to create special pin designs. You can purchase them individually, or buy the whole set
He is currently Global Head of Computational Design + Inclusion at Automattic. Previously, he received the White House’s National Design Award, was a tenured research professor at the MIT Media Lab and served as the President of the Rhode Island School of Design.
The Call for Entries for the 2017 edition of the SND Best of Digital Design Competition is now open! Entries can be submitted at http://digital.snd.org/ This competition seeks to find the best digital stories and products from the past year. Changes in design and technology are revolutionizing storytelling not just for journalism but across all […]
Download the November 2017 SND wallpaper created by Fê or download the 2017 full SND Calendar with the most important events of the year and of course SND events. SHOWCASE is SND’s new space for designers to show their works in print and online. Be proud of your work and inspire others to be creative. Did you or […]
Download the November 2017 SND wallpaper created by EDEL RODRIGUEZ or download the 2017 full SND Calendar with the most important events of the year and of course SND events. SHOWCASE is SND’s new space for designers to show their works in print and online. Be proud of your work and inspire others to be creative. Did you […]
It’s a great honor to announce Neville Brody as keynote speaker in the SND conference in London on 3rd November 2017 Neville Brody is one of the most influential graphic designers of the late 20th century and founder of brody associates Neville Brody is synonymous with ‘visual language’. A seminal creative director, designer, typographer and brand […]
Chris Rukan Art Director Outlook, The Washington Post What is the most important step in your design process? The planning. The better the planning and communication (because they go together really) beforehand, the better the final product, always. Who are the key players in your newsroom who you collaborate with to make a project successful? […]