All posts tagged infographics

Osama Day 2 front page: Dissecting
St. Pete’s mastery of editing, design

Today’s second-day front by the St. Pete Times is a standout. Here are three reasons why. I may be an average consumer of news about the Osama capture/killing – viewed the press conference, and listen to NPR in the morning, spend 20 minutes or so surfing stories on the web, follow Facebook/Twitter feeds and review […]

From a campus mag, a word-visual marriage to learn from

Sharp, focused, relevant words, married up with fun, surprising, captivating imagery – what more could you ask for from a magazine? Over the years it has seemed like pulling teeth to get that out of some of my professional clients, but the student staff of INSIDE magazine at IU-Bloomington (some of whom I have mentored […]

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. […]