Choosing the Right Cover

“The right design can be a major boon for sales.” The article above discusses the frustrating process of choosing the final design for the cover of a book, as there can only be one design in the end, and… Continue Reading


Field Notes: Furniture

Colleen Lowery News Design Field Notes | Furniture January 27, 2014 The nameplate of a newspaper, also known as a flag, is its title as it appears on the front page. The Los Angeles Times’ nameplate is prominent and rather… Continue Reading


SND & Me: Oh The Places We’ll Go

The Society and News Design Conference was an event filled with insightful critique, intended design and intensive creative knowledge. It was absolutely something I was not expecting—although I’m not quite sure I was even sure what my expectations were. Although… Continue Reading


What’s Next?: Creativity in a Government Mandated Territory

BBC News – Q&A China’s Newspaper Industry   American media (newspapers, radio, television, etc.) is able to thrive because of the diversity of content that they are free to produce, protected by the 1st Amendment. We forget, however, that in… Continue Reading