The Visual Journalist

Apr 22

theopenreporter:

The Evolution of Newspaper Innovation

theopenreporter:

The Evolution of Newspaper Innovation

(via designthenews)

Apr 15

Job Opening: Designers -

washpostpr:

The Washington Post has two immediate opening for designers on its Design team. These designers will be working on deadline in a fast-paced environment throughout the newsroom — from the A-section to Metro to Style and other weekly sections.

The Design team is responsible for the design of the…

Hey frieeeeends. Looks like the WaPost is looking for some good people. 

Apr 09

designthenews:

(via Crazy 3-D Newspaper Ad - NEWSPAPER DESIGN)

designthenews:

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Apr 03

coverjunkie:

Kevin Spacey stars new cover Hollywood Reporter
Creative Director: Shanti Marlar Photo Director/Video Director: Jennifer Laski Photographer: Miller Mobley

coverjunkie:

Kevin Spacey stars new cover Hollywood Reporter

Creative Director: Shanti Marlar
Photo Director/Video Director: Jennifer Laski
Photographer: Miller Mobley

Mar 07

designthenews:

Newsweek

I wonder if that foldery looking flag is here to stay…

designthenews:

Newsweek

I wonder if that foldery looking flag is here to stay…

Mar 04

inothernews:

Front page, The (Torrance, CA)Daily Breeze, Monday 3 March 2014.
Yes, the paper’s staff and editor actually let that headline through.
Welcome to 2014.

(via Poynter.org)

COPY EDITORS, NO!!!

inothernews:

Front page, The (Torrance, CA)Daily Breeze, Monday 3 March 2014.

Yes, the paper’s staff and editor actually let that headline through.

Welcome to 2014.

(via Poynter.org)

COPY EDITORS, NO!!!

Feb 27

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Jan 28

notsoplaindealer:

Tough crowd
Forum, January 23, 2014
David Kordalski, illustrator/designer
One of the issues that our editorial board has championed over the past several months is the overcrowding in Ohio prisons. And rightly so. From the editorial:

Ohio’s prisons noware so overcrowded — they currently house 50,526 inmates, projected to reach 51,601 by June 30, far above their 38,500 capacity — that it could put inmates and guards in danger.
That’s a warning sign that Ohio has to move quickly to reduce the prison population.

Read the entire editorial here.
A side note: Since The Plain Dealer’s transition to three-day home delivery, we’ve committed to a Forum section for each of the home delivery days. We lead each one with the main editorial. The challenge — and the thrill — is that these pages are done live … often conceived and completed within a six-hour (or in this case, a two-hour) window.
copyright 2014

notsoplaindealer:

Tough crowd

Forum, January 23, 2014

David Kordalski, illustrator/designer

One of the issues that our editorial board has championed over the past several months is the overcrowding in Ohio prisons. And rightly so. From the editorial:

Ohio’s prisons noware so overcrowded — they currently house 50,526 inmates, projected to reach 51,601 by June 30, far above their 38,500 capacity — that it could put inmates and guards in danger.

That’s a warning sign that Ohio has to move quickly to reduce the prison population.

Read the entire editorial here.

A side note: Since The Plain Dealer’s transition to three-day home delivery, we’ve committed to a Forum section for each of the home delivery days. We lead each one with the main editorial. The challenge — and the thrill — is that these pages are done live … often conceived and completed within a six-hour (or in this case, a two-hour) window.

copyright 2014

Jan 19

coverjunkie:

Xtra (Canada)
Cover LA Weekly: “Founded in 1984, Xtra magazine is Canada’s oldest and most widely-read gay & lesbian publication, a scrappy biweekly with a mandate of activist journalism and coverage of LGBT events, people and issues. “
#758 (Olympics) Creative Director: Lucinda Wallace Illustration: Paul Dotey Editor: Danny Glenwright

coverjunkie:

Xtra (Canada)

Cover LA Weekly:
“Founded in 1984, Xtra magazine is Canada’s oldest and most widely-read gay & lesbian publication, a scrappy biweekly with a mandate of activist journalism and coverage of LGBT events, people and issues. “

#758 (Olympics)
Creative Director: Lucinda Wallace
Illustration: Paul Dotey
Editor: Danny Glenwright

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Jan 12

Looking back and ahead to SND

In the Spring of 2011 I didn’t enroll in a news design course at Syracuse University. I, instead, enrolled in a magazine course. It was the en vogue course and I arrogantly thought I didn’t need the design class - I thought I was already a great news designer.

"I just don’t want to waste a class," I remember telling Sherry Taylor, an SU faculty member, and one of my mentors.

She nodded in understanding, but thankfully convinced me to drop that dumb magazine class and get myself into that news design course. “The design class gets to go to SND every year,” she said knowingly.

And thank goodness for Ms.Taylor’s brilliant guidance because without her, who knows where I’d be today?

At SND Syraucse there is always a panel before the competition for students. At SND 32 I was there, kind of in the back, my portfolio in hand for a critique (that turned out to be excruciatingly embarrassing) and just kind of in awe that I was getting this close with real-life professional visual journalists. The all stars of our industry were right there, sharing their secrets of success. More impressionable, however, was a young woman, an industry newbie, Andrea Zagata, from one of the Detroit papers.

She talked about her new career, the path she took and just gave great insight for someone like me who very much wanted to follow in her footsteps, only a couple paces in front of me.

During the competition I soaked in all the glorious pages, the winners, the losers - they were all beautiful. It was like my future - a future in visual journalism - became very real and attainable for me.

Three years later, I’m headed back to SND with that future realized. I have no delusions that my work will receive any kind of recognition - I’m not there yet. Instead, I’m going to focus on meeting some awesome people, check out some of the best pages in the world and just appreciate the opportunity to be part of a great industry.