Using Design to Save Newspapers

created on Feb 15, 2017

Obviously, this is about the content published on newspaper websites.

Saving links. #todo excerpt and comment later.

https://www.poynterdesign.org

https://www.poynterdesign.org/speakers

https://www.poynterdesign.org/blogs/2017/1/9/digital-design-challenge-what-next

https://www.poynterdesign.org/blogs/2017/1/18/design-an-antidote-for-fake-news

https://www.poynterdesign.org/blogs/2017/1/20/five-design-answers-that-add-up

https://www.poynterdesign.org/blogs/2017/1/30/what-was-said

https://www.poynterdesign.org/blogs/2017/1/31/the-big-points

https://www.poynterdesign.org/presentations

https://library.fora.tv/conference/poynter_digital_design_challenge

http://www.garciamedia.com/blog/digital_design_challenge_those_article_pages_move_up_front

http://www.zeldman.com/2016/12/19/save-real-news

http://www.zeldman.com/2017/01/28/digital-newspaper-design-challenge-report-poynter-part-1

http://www.zeldman.com/2017/02/06/readable-branded-design

https://studiozeldman.github.io/poynter-style-guide-2017/

https://github.com/studiozeldman/poynter-style-guide-2017

https://studiozeldman.github.io/poynter-reader-2017/

https://github.com/studiozeldman/poynter-reader-2017

https://moxiesozo.com/2017/02/14/roger-black-challenging-designers-create-better-reading-experiences-online/

The papers need to design templates that differentiate content on the site. A feature story should look different from a short news story, and that looks different from an opinion story, and that looks different from a very fun, first-person column. You’ve got to have a number of different ways to approach this stuff, so that people start getting some clues or cues on what they’re looking at.

The Future of Your Local Newspaper - pdf file at dropbox