All posts tagged front page

Election 2012: Nice work by client newspapers

Visit a selection of Election 2012 front pages from our former clients. Nice to think of how many of these will be keepsakes for years to come, for many readers. Good work all around!




Redesign check-up: Portland Press Herald

Every so often I’ll go on the Newseum gallery of daily front pages, and check up on random former clients. A few days ago I was pleased to see this front page from The Portland Press Herald, whose redesign I directed about 6 or 7 years ago. (Time flies!) Sometimes you look at a former […]




How to make something from nothing?

From the Design With Reason inbox: “What are the ways to make Page One attractive on a dull day?” Sajeev Kumar T.K, Visual Editor, Kerala Kaumudi (Kerala, India) Coincidentally I received this query at the start of my daylong visit last week with editors and designers from the Indiana Daily Student, at my alma mater, […]




For the new Standard, compelling front pages that spark dialogue

Famine, corruption, public safety: How rethinking a newsroom heightened its watchdog role.  By Ron Reason




Taking the temp of news design – big scary fever charts and other options

When I create a design training program for a newspaper client, I like to use as many fresh examples of news page and web designs as possible, from recent clients or papers I admire. This keeps the conversation on top of design trends and makes the examples seem more relevant. However, working outside the U.S. […]