In this periodic series, we’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at redesigning The Daily Orange of Syracuse University.
Before Gannett’s transition to a hub-based approach to design and production, Kate Marymont, the company’s vice president for news, gave an interview to SND where she talked about the transition. Three years later, we asked for a follow-up to talk about how it was going.
Sunday marked the eighth and concluding day of the Dallas Morning News’ huge investigative piece into the life of Lauren and her biological and adoptive families. The story had a huge online presence, so we asked Alma Lozoya, assistant news editor and Sunday front page designer, to give us a look at how it ran in print.
The Stolen Ones documents the stories of children trafficked for sex, along with the pain their families endure, in a 44-page ad-free tab and digital presentation.
Before lead sports designer Luke Knox heads to the Boston Globe graphics department as a full-time graphic artist, we asked him to share some of their pages from the Red Sox’ World Series run.
Mike Rice, features design director at the Minneapolis Star Tribune, shares some sketches for their Fall Arts Preview, with an illustration by Chiara Bautista of the Arizona Daily Star.
Each week, newspapers put their best foot (and stories) forward in their Sunday editions. This week, the Minneapolis Star Tribune and Lafayette (Ind.) Journal & Courier share their most recent projects.
Before tonight’s American League Wild Card showdown between the Cleveland Indians and the Tampa Bay Rays, here’s a look at the special section in today’s Cleveland Plain Dealer.
SND caught up with Ryan Hildebrandt, Creative Director at the Louisville Gannett Design Studio and SNDLou coordinator, to find out about the recent redesign launched by the Louisville Courier-Journal.