Join us for the 40th Anniversary Workshop, Creative Conference and Awards Gala of the Society for News Design!
Three days of talks, training, community and inspiration about the future (and past) of storytelling, visual journalism and news products across all mediums.
March 22–24, 2018
The New School
in New York City
We are beginning to craft sessions and recruit speakers. Some of the issues and questions at the forefront of organizers’ minds:
- How do we stay inspired, fuel our creativity and build the next generation of leaders?
- What is the future of print, both in the U.S. and globally?
- How should we design for new interfaces like bots, voice, wearables and an expanding world of devices?
- Can trust, credibility and participation in media be improved through design?
Of course, we'll also dive into the latest innovations and best practices of data visualization, multimedia storytelling, alternative storyforms, distributed platforms, collaborative workflows, typography, cartography, illustration, video, content management systems … and every other facet of publishing today.
The hub of activity at SND/NYC will be The New School’s impressive University Center building in Greenwich Village near Union Square, which opened in 2014 and was designed by Roger Duffy. The New York Times’s architecture critic called the building “a celebration of the cosmopolitan city.” And, to take advantage of New York’s incredible range of neighborhoods, we are looking to host receptions, parties and ancillary events throughout the city.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, SND/NYC is supported by:
The Society for News Design is an international organization for news media professionals and visual communicators who create print, web, mobile publications and products. Since 1978, the Society has worked to define and elevate the best of visual journalism across every medium through its annual creative competitions, workshops and training events. During the past decade, annual workshop locations have spanned the globe, from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. and from Buenos Aires to Frankfurt, Germany. The 2018 Workshop will be the first hosted in New York City since 1982, when it was chaired by the legendary Lou Silverstein.