SND seeks entries for news design creative competition

THE Society for News Design (SND) is accepting entries for its Best of News Design Creative Competition.

This juried competition recognises excellence in print and digital storytelling, graphics and social media, with a goal of identifying the best visual journalism that pushes the boundaries of design and technology.

Digital categories include story page design, information graphics, page elements, and more.

Print categories include world’s best-designed newspaper, section design, page design, and more.

All entries must have been originally published between January 1, 2022 and December 31, 2022.

For SND members, entry fees are US$25 for single page and US$40 for multiple-pages, if submitted by February 21. The entry fees after this deadline will be US$30 for a single page and US$45 for multiple pages.



    Entries for World’s Best Newspaper are free for members.

    For non-members, entry fees are US$50 for a single page, US$80 for multiple pages and US$80 for World’s Best Design, if submitted by February 21, 2023. After the deadline, the non-member price for entries will increase to US$60 for a single page, US$80 for multiple pages and US$90 for World’s Best Design.

    Media publications can submit a creative news design to compete for an award.

    The early deadline is February 21, 2023. The final deadline for submissions is March 6, 2023. Interested applicants can apply here.

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