The Society for News Design announced three World’s Best-Designed™ Newspapers — La Nación (Argentina), The Sunday Times (United Kingdom) and The New York Times (United States) — and one World’s Best-Designed™ winner from the digital design competition — Reuters — at the opening reception of its 41st annual workshop.
The SND Print Competition Committee has named Jon Wile of American City Business Journals as the Best of News Design 40th Edition competition coordinator.
This week, a bevy of visual journalists will come to St. Petersburg, Fla. to help with the Society for News Design’s annual creative competition.
This is the third of three posts in advance of the SND39 entry deadline — so long as you get your entries to SND by Feb. 8, regardless of where you are sending from, you are in the clear — geared toward advice for the first-time entrant. The previous two pieces can be found here: […]
Tips for the designer, illustrator or photographer taking a first crack at the Best of News Design Creative Competition (Reminder, the deadline is Feb. 8 and the call for entries can be found here): If you only have a few bucks to toss at the competition but you think your work may stand out among […]
As the deadlines approach, those who are considering entering have a handful of reasons to join in this year, and help for newcomers to the competition is coming this week to snd.org.
If you’ve been looking for an opportunity to get involved with SND, or to spend a weekend with 60 of the best visual minds in the business, this is your chance.
You may well be worn out, tired and bleary-eyed on Friday morning, but don’t let that stop you from joining the discussion around the Best of News Design. We’ll have coffee, and we’ll do the talking. The annual public Print Competition Committee meeting is at 8 a.m. Friday, ahead of the busy final day of […]
After three days of competition, SND38 Best of News Design judges awarded Best in Show to the New York Times for their entry in category 15A, single-day photo series, multiple photos.
Entries are evaluated on writing, visual storytelling, use of resources, execution, photography, headlines and “voice” – as well as overall design.