This past August marked the 400th anniversary of the beginning of slavery in the United States. To observe this moment in American history, The New York Times Magazine created the 1619 Project, a whole issue, as well as a special broadsheet section, that takes a look at the history of slavery in the U.S. While […]
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). […]
We’re pleased to introduce you to this year’s candidates for the 2019 SND offices: Cristóbal Edwards and Dave Stanton for secretary-treasurer; Aly Morris for vice president; and Paige Connor for president. Voting is open to all SND members and will begin on Wednesday, Oct. 17, and continue through Wednesday, Nov. 28. Election results will be […]
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. The first interview is with […]
video credit: Time Magazine So … who needs Photoshop or After Effects, when you have 958 drones at your disposal? Time magazine collaborated with Intel to sketch its June 11 cover in the sky — a composition of light emanating from a fleet of choreographed drones, about 100 meters in height, photographed from another drone. […]
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.
The winner of the 2017 SND Foundation Scholarship is Lucy Naland, a student at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Lucy was, chosen by a panel of four judges, will receive a $2,000 cash award.
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 […]
Tim Parks Creative Director Omaha-World Herald What is your current job title, and how long have you held it? Creative director, two weeks. Before that, I was deputy presentation and planning editor for six-and-a-half years. What do you love about working in print design? The challenge of telling a story so well visually that a […]
David Jonathan Ross is a gifted typeface designer who currently produces fonts for his type foundry, DJR. He also contributes to Font Of The Month Club, the Type Network, and co-curates a blog of cursive LA signage. His love of letters is expressed in his desire to not solely imbue beauty and rhythm to a […]