A total of 102 winners can look forward to the “FUSION14” SNDS seminar in October 2014. Here, they will all receive proof of having created the best-designed news publications digitally and on print in 2013. The list of winners can be seen in the below overview. Here it is indicated who gets medal and who […]
The jury for the Digital part of Best of Scandinavian News Design 2014 has been appointed. SNDS has gathered a strong team of well-known faces and newcomers, fully competent to judge the vast of Scandinavian Digital News Design.
SNDS has upgraded the digital part of Scandinavian Best News Design. And the title of the digital part has changed from online to digital to underline that digital is more than only news online.
Around 150 people attended the Wrong 2013 SNDS conference in Copenhagen October 10 and 11. We feel that the conference went well but would like to hear from you who attended the conference.
SNDS has awarded the best-designed news media on print and online in the annual Best of Scandinavian News Design competition.
Without taking away too much of the suspension before the Award Show, it would be alright to say that Dr.dk – the online portal for Danmarks Radio (the Danish Broadcasting Corporation) – is one of the major winners in this year’s Best of Scandinavian News Design competition. Register now
Janne Bjergli just started to work as a content developer at Amedia Utvikling AS, where one of her main responsibilities will be helping Amedias 78 newspapers developing their online editions, trying to turn wrongs into rights. Register now
Don’t get it wrong: This is not a pipe … this is Katrine Ring. And she will comfort your ears and mental health at the Wrong Friday Night Award and Gala Show. Register now
Get the full picture of the development of newsdesign for tablets! Forty million tablet devices were sold in 2012 and we all see the great potential for the spread of great news and design on this platform. Register now
The Friday opening speaker – Kyle Ellis, CNN – comes directly from Atlanta to present the newest trend in digital design. Today Kyle Ellis is doing what once was Wrong – that is Long form stories! Register now