Jørgen Høg is editor in chief at Søfart in Denmark and is a judge on the long-form team for the 35th Best of News Design™ competition. To get to know him better, we asked three questions: What do you think of the entries you’ve seen as a judge? It’s good sometimes but on average I’m not […]
Naedine Hazell is special projects and publications editor at the Hartford Courant, and is a World’s Best-Designed™ Newspaper judge at SND35. To get to know her better, we posed three questions: What have you noticed about the entries? In news, photography has gotten much weaker, but feature and sports photography has gotten better. The ascendency […]
Gayle Grin is managing editor/design and graphics at PostMedia and design consultant, National Post in Toronto, a former SND president, and is on the team judging the World’s Best-Designed™ Newspaper for the 35th Best of News Design™ competition. We asked her three questions: How did your first day of judging go? I felt really thrilled when […]
Paul Gonzales is deputy design director/features at the Los Angeles Times and is on the team judging Visuals for the 35th Best of News Design™ competition. To get to know him better, we posed three questions: Do you have any advice for people entering next year? Make sure you enter only your very best work. And […]
Rose Engelland is photo editor at the Chronicle of Higher Education and is judging the Visuals category for the 35th Best of News Design™ competition. To get to know her better, we posed three questions: You’re judging a lot of entries from other countries. How is that? There is a lot of beauty. It’s touching to […]
Holly Braford is a New York-based freelance designer and illustrator and is on the team judging long-form entries for the 35th Best of News Design™ competition. To get to know her better, we posed three questions: Any surprises being a judge at SND? I cannot believe how emotional some of the entries made me. It’s no […]
We have our first SND35 winner! An Award of Excellence goes to the National Post of Toronto, Canada, for its federal budget coverage in Breaking News, National.
The 35th edition of The Society for News Design’s Best of News Design™ creative competition is under way! This year, 27 visual journalism experts from around the world have gathered on the campus of Syracuse University to judge more than 8,600 entries over the next three days.
The final essay during the print-entry period for SND35 is aimed at allowing the best work in the world to be viewed as such without letting a desire for awards drive designers’ roles in newsrooms.
A quick four-part series on the Best of News Design continues today with an overview of changes to the Graphics and Illustration categories at SND35.
The SND35 Call for Entries has been updated to include breaking news and special news categories for work related to the passing of Nelson Mandela.
After the regular updates were given about how this year’s competition is proceeding, and instructions were given for the afternoon, we were treated to a bit of breaking news during today’s lunch break. SND competition director C. Marshall Matlock announced that Melissa Angle will be the coordinator for the Society’s 34th edition in 2013. He […]