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Poynter. 13 ways to get your journalism project crowdfunded

by Laura Shin at Poynter While handwringing over financial support for journalism is nothing new, it’s been especially fraught recently. From the Nate Thayer/Atlantic dustup to the possibility that the Tribune papers may be sold to the Koch brothers, everyone in media seems worried about funding the Fourth Estate. One hopeful sign for such worriers: … Continue reading

Don’t be “platform agnostic”

News publishers have to understand the contours of the shift or risk mobile becoming “digital hesitation 2.0.” The market research firm comScore recently released its annual major mobile report. A dive into the data distills lessons for journalism right now, some of them counterintuitive. Move aggressively to mobile immediately — don’t wait for revenue to … Continue reading

Introducing the All-New BMW M6 Gran Coupe.

In early summer 2013, the all-new BMW M6 Gran Coupe will join its famous BMW M5 Sedan and M6 Coupe siblings as what is perhaps the perfect combination of both. The BMW M6 Gran Coupe is an ultra-high performance, four-door Coupe design with stunning aesthetics, race-bred technology, and the signature driving character of BMW M … Continue reading

News Design: Press Widely Criticized, But Trusted More than Other Information Sources

Views of the News Media: 1985 – 2011 Overview Negative opinions about the performance of news organizations now equal or surpass all-time highs on nine of 12 core measures the Pew Research Center has been tracking since 1985. However, these bleak findings are put into some perspective by the fact that news organizations are more … Continue reading

News Design: Interest in Foreign News Declines

Overview Public interest in foreign news stories has been modest so far this year, in stark contrast to 2011 when several overseas news stories, from the Japanese tsunami and nuclear disaster to the “Arab spring,” attracted substantial attention. The latest weekly News Interest Index, conducted May 31 to June 2 among 1,012 adults, is fairly … Continue reading

Trends in News Consumption: 1991-2012, Part 3

Weather News Remains Top Draw Section 3: News Attitudes and Habits Most Americans continue to say they enjoy following the news. But the percentage saying they enjoy it “a lot,” while little changed since 2010, is significantly lower today than it was four years ago. Currently, 43% say they enjoy following the news a lot. … Continue reading

Tomorrow Awards, Fall 2012

World’s Most Valuable Social Network, GREY (Canada).   Project Glass: Hangout in the Air, The Ant Farm/Google (USA)   One Copy Song, R/GA (USA)   This Exquisite Forest, Google Creative Lab (USA)   Curators of Sweden, Volontaire (Sweden)   About the Tomorrow Awards The Tomorrow Awards is the first international award show dedicated to discovering, … Continue reading

Programming for Non-Geeks: Publishing Multimedia on the Web

POYNTER. NEWS UNIVERSITY This upcoming Webinar will be broadcast on: Wednesday, December 05, 2012 at 2:00pm Eastern Time Enroll Now ou’ve spent hours producing your latest multimedia masterpiece — an infographic, video documentary or audio interview — and you’re ready to publish it.Now what? Getting multimedia content from your desktop to the Web is not … Continue reading

Designer: Matt Willey

Matt graduated from Central St Martins in 1997. Having gained valuable experience at a handful of small design companies, he joined the internationally acclaimed studio Frost Design, later becoming Creative Director. In 2005 he co-founded Studio8 Design with Zoë Bather. In 2011 Matt co-launched Port Magazine and is the co-Creative Director of the title. SPD

12/31/2012: Newsweek Shutting Down Print Edition

After 80 years in print, Tina Brown, Newsweek editor-in-chief has announced that the magazine’s last  issue will be published December 31, 2012. Newsweek announcement: We are announcing this morning an important development at Newsweek and The Daily Beast. Newsweek will transition to an all-digital format in early 2013. As part of this transition, the last print edition in … Continue reading

BACK to BASICS: Portraits

Portraits of people are one of the first elements of the photography used in newspapers.

BODY COPY

Newspaper typefaces require a higher legibility then typefaces used for other printed products. Newspaper are printed on a paper of lesser quality under high speed.

Typography: x-heigh

In typography, x-heigh refers to the heigh of lower case letters without upper or lower parts when compared to capital letters...

How to redesign 1

Good redesign is driven by a deep understanding of the editorial mission of the publication.

Headline on photographs

The eternal dilemma! Dilemma of all editors on the planet Earth – to put or not put the headline or any kind of type in the photo.

Design Facts

Three elements that will greatly help you to understand how readers are observing you.

Typeface: NY Times Magazine

Sunday Magazine is an expansive family of fonts for information in tiny spaces and headlines at large sizes.

Infographics

When, why and whether to use infographic. The basic fact is that infographic refresh the publication, and it contributes to originality of your product.

Get to know your readers

We have moved from a solid to a fluid phase of modernity, in which nothing keeps its shape, and social forms are constantly changing at great speed...

Designer George Lois

“I always knew I was the most talented kid in the school, ” says George Lois of his time at Music and Art. “I was lucky to be exposed to the city’s best art education"...

A well-designed publication

Everything that a well-designed publication must have...

Design Theory

There is no design theory and definition. There are only basic principles that are the base for recording designers ideas and imagination on the paper, tablet or your web.

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