Our two-day Digital Design Challenge Conference at Columbia University, with co-sponsorship of The Poynter Institute for Media Studies, has concluded. Five designers now have until January to present models that offer design solutions for how to present news and information via digital platforms.
It’s not just a new name for the international edition of The New York Times. It looks like it is also a place for innovation and
A new printed newspaper for children, excellent coverage of Hurricane Matthew, and the power of investigative journalism to make us better citizens. These are some of the things that give us reason to smile.
Goodbye, International New York Times; hello, international edition of The New York Times
Tobias Frere-Jones, of Frere-Jones Type, announces that Retina is now available as a retail release. Retina was created for The Wall Street Journal, especially legible for such small type applications as in stock listings.
While keeping the finger happy is important, the Financial Times editor in charge of interactive graphics thinks that too many interactive graphics could be too much of a good thing.
How an enterprising New York Times reporter who checks her real mailbox---the one in the mail room of the newspaper---ended up with one of the best stories of the Presidential Election--a peek into candidate Donald Trump's income tax return.
One of the most successful aspects of the Inquirer’s relaunch has been the effective and well focused marketing to promote not just a change of design, but an overall new approach to storytelling, with the goal of attracting new and younger audiences.
Today, readers of The Philippine Daily Inquirer get what constitutes a new newspaper. It is not just the design that has changed, but also the approach to storytelling across the media quintet.