Journalisten, published by Dansk Journalistforbund (Danish Association of Journalists), today on its website published a story about the results of this year’s Best of Scandinavian News Design competition. In an interview with competition committee member Lars Pryds the article highlights the Danish winners: “Politiken has a long tradition for strong design. But it is unusual, […]
The annual jury meeting in Billund, Denmark, is over. Many winners have been found, hundreds of runner-ups have been discarded, and trends have been observed. Ulf Högberg (left in picture), member of the digital jury, looks back on a busy week. Ulf Högberg email@example.com Getting together at Legoland Hotel in Billund is always a great […]
Below you will find all the useful information about Wrong seminar taking place in Copenhagen October 10-11 2013.
The deadline for entering the Best of Scandinavian News Design is reached. The interest to participate is as always large.
Get the Space application with full program, speaker list, map for venue and more for your iPhone or Android.
We would like you to make the most of your days in Copenhagen. Therefore, please take advantage of our offer to meet Danish colleagues from the hosting newspaper Politiken on an informal basis, before, during and after the conference programme.
This year SNDS raises the level for the annual design competition and sets new standards for Scandinavian news design. SNDS will honor the best print and online media in Scandinavia. But for this we need you to join the competition and to find your best designs to enter in the competition. So get to work […]
Earlier this year, Skövde Nyheter reappeared as a free weekly in the Swedish city of Skövde and the response from readers and advertisers was extremely positive.
Smålänningen, published in Ljungby (pop 27,000) in southern Sweden, began a new era three weeks prior to its 90-years birthday.
In this issue: The many faces of visual communication. The Oslo tragedy: Norway under attack. SND GLOBAL: Mexico/Central America and Russia. Crossover – La Biennale di Venezia. Creative characters