From Laura Angle (VIS) … Buckle up, you’re in for a wild ride … Hello designers! By now, I’m sure you’ve been made aware that these most recent posts are a place for students who have already made it through… Continue Reading
STUDENT 1 Get ready, designers. You’re in for a great semester! While you might struggle at times with this course (or others), this semester is going to fly by, so really try to cherish this course and Professor Strong before… Continue Reading
Featured image by Raphael Schiller from Unsplash.com As a whole, WIRED’s textual aesthetic is sophisticated. I believe WIRED maintains this aesthetic in its typefaces, both serif and sans serif, to counter the unusual content, vivid language and overall fantastical tone contained… Continue Reading
The Caz Pilot is a good place to find some ideas, too. Much of the stuff is event listing fodder, but every here and there you’ll find a solid story.
Our darling “i” not only was deemed a World’s Best-Designed paper yesterday, it was the only paper that managed to do so. Usually, several papers win the distinction, which is designated by secret ballot and must be unanimous. There’s lot… Continue Reading
From http://www.innovationsinnewspapers.com On January 19, 2009, I (one of the members of the think tank that helped found “i”) wrote this INNOVATION “Manifesto” to the editors of “i”. On May 7, you will see if we have done what I… Continue Reading
Hi all, During our Cazenovia trip we were talking about localizing global stories — what Professor Strong likes to call, “glocal” news — and I mentioned a man who posts on Poynter latest news topics that can be localized. It’s… Continue Reading
What do newspapers do well? • local coverage • the writing of headlines • balance hard news and lifestyle news (a combination with broad coverage, sites tend to be more niche). • efficient, released daily. • photography (the best photography has been seen in… Continue Reading
WHAT THEY HAVE TO SAY Brass Tacks Design Oct/2006 I know this article is 5 years old, but it raises a few points — fiscal points. All this author is concerned about is the paycheck. Jacobson tells us to pay attention… Continue Reading
Just wanted to quickly post this one up. Looks like Mark Friesen is coming to Syracuse for SND! I didn’t know of him or this site until now!