I wanted to post this front page, just to take a moment to reflect upon the work we do as journalists. I think we all feel a kinship with our colleagues in Annapolis, Maryland, whose newsroom fell under attack yesterday. We share in their grief, and we, as fellow human beings, stand amazed at their […]
We are thrilled to announce three new webinars, coming in July. These will be offered live in July and will be free for SND members.
ILLUSTRATIONS FRONT PAGES WALLCHARTS The 2018 FIFA World Cup kicked off today, launching a month of global focus on the world’s most popular sport. 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 […]
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
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: […]
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 […]
Matt French Assistant Art Director The Globe and Mail What is your current title, and how long have you held that position? I’m the assistant art director for The Globe and Mail. I’ve been with the company for just over five years. What do you love about designing for print? I’ve always struggled with my […]
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? […]
The Society for News Design has announced the conference topics for “The Future of Media is Visual”. This year’s conference, taking place on Friday 3rd November at the News UK building.
We are proud to announce our SND_2017_London keynote speaker Matt Willey. Matt is the art director of The New York Times Magazine.
Beto Alvarez is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist who is the graphics and animation director for the San Diego Union-Tribune. Literally growing up in a newsroom, his talents have moved him all around the country; from the Dallas Morning News, to the Philadelphia Inquirer, and back across the country to San Diego.
It is confirmed! World’s Best-Designed Politiken design editor Søren Nyeland will be our keynote speaker in #SNDLondon2017 One thing is certain, Northern Europe publications are showing the world their undeniable high quality of design and creativity in visual journalism. As proof of this fact, the Northern Europe publications got the top award as SND […]
A new report by the American Press Institute focuses on content design examines the facts around complex and divisive topics through alternative formats designed to be more accessible and less politically volatile. Issues important to communities — jobs, immigration, education, crime, climate change, for example — have grown more complex, and in many cases, politicized. […]