SNDS Magazine 2, 2012 Editorial Welcome to another issue of SNDS Magazine, the last before summer. As you may have guessed from the headlines on the front page, this issue will give you a heavy preview of what is awaiting you in September, when Copenhagen and Politiken will host the SNDS SPACE_2012 seminar and workshop. […]
In the magazine: We invite you! – to SPACE_2012; speaker presentations for this year’s seminar in Copenhagen. The most important tool is time. The Shotgun and the Scalpel. Paper works – a new book about newspaper design. Recent redesigns. SND Global: French connections. And much, much more!
Have you redesigned recently? Show it to the world in SNDS Magazine!
In this issue: The world is in black and white; Winners found; Berlingske iPad; Danish press photography for 100 years; Redesign: DN – out of the gridlock; SND Global: Region 4 – Central US; Up, up – and away; and more! Read the editorial here: snds.org/the-world-is-in-black-and-white Open publication – Free publishing – More design
Nah, of course it isn’t – but sometimes it’s just so much easier to see what the world looks like if you remove disturbing factors, like colours. I guess that is why many award-winning photographs are not in colour like the ‘real’ world is, but in black and white.
Dagens Nyheter fick ny form i höstas. Vi bad John Bark, med erfarenhet av tidigare omgörningar av DN, att intervjua Rickard Frank, tjänstledig från jobbet som chefredaktör för Trelleborgs Allehanda. Rickard kom in i processen i halvtid och uppgiften var att tillsammans med redesigngruppen slutföra arbetet med att förnya Dagens Nyheter.
Af Lotta Ek, art director på DN:s featureredaktion, som tog fram grundformen för DN tillsammans med frilansande formgivaren Per Boström.
We admit it. The media business and SNDS have their foundation in print. Newspapers, magazines, books. That is why SPACE_2012 will open in the garden of The Royal Danish Library, founded in 1661. But when we have passed through the Harry Potterish reading hall with its green porzelain lamps we physically and mentally enter the […]
Which size is the best for a piece of paper? For newspapers, judging from pure statistics, it’s clearly the tabloid format. Most Scandinavian papers have abandoned the old-fashioned, unpractical broadsheet years ago. In Norway practically all papers are in tabloid, in Sweden only Hallpressen print in broadsheet – and rumour has it that the only […]