SNDS has awarded the best-designed news media on print and online in the annual Best of Scandinavian News Design competition.
A total of 91 winners can look forward to the “WRONG” SNDS seminar in October 2013. Here, they will all receive proof of having created the best designed news publications in 2012.
The SNDS juries for print and online media were gathered in Billund in the end of February to judge the received entries for the Best of Scandinavian News Design award.
Olli Nurminen, from the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat, chairs the “Overall Design” category in the Best of Scandinvian News Design” competition. Søren S. Nielsen from the competition committee asked him about his impressions from the jury’s work. Olli Nurminen about SNDS judging from Lars Pryds on Vimeo.
After a good start on the voting process in The Best of Scandinavian News Design competition the hard work continued in day 2.
The judging for this year’s Best of Scandinavian News Design has begun! Members of the online and print juries have gathered in Billund to work their way through a lot of websites, mobile apps, newspapers and much more. The competition received a total of 65 entries in the online categories and 763 entries in the […]
The deadline for entering the Best of Scandinavian News Design is reached. The interest to participate is as always large.
In the 34th annual The Best of Newspaper Design™ Creative Competition, the Society for News Design has named five newspapers, representing four countries, the World’s Best-Designed™ Newspaper.
We are proud to present the following jury for the printed part of our competition Best of Scandinavian News Design 2013. We have members from all Scandinavian countries as always. Some of the members are new and some are names we recognize from last year. Appointed by Name Media Country Mediebedriftenes landsforening Tone Gilje Stavanger […]
Go find your entries for the upcoming competition “Best of Scandinavian News Design”. The competition has a lot of news to offer this year. More focus on smaller mediahouses is only one of the new initiatives.