Program

 

Video of the full program is here.

Five observers address the reasons for success and failure of the look and feel of news on the web and in apps. Five designers propose new designs for digital news publications. They create models for whole publications—more than one story at a time. The goal: To suggest digital publications that are as immersive and compelling as printed newspapers or news magazines.

Monday, October 17-18, 2016
Columbia University
Graduate School of Journalism
116th St. and Broadway
New York

Monday

8:00Registration, Coffee    
9:00    Introductions    
9:30    Roger Black    
10:00    Megan Chan    
10:30    Break    
11:00    Susan Mango Curtis    
11:30    John Temple
12:00    Lunch    
2:00    Chrys Wu
2:30    Mario Garcia
3:00    Roundtable
4:00    Close

Tuesday

9:00    Jeffrey Zeldman
9:30    Mike Swartz
10:00    Break
10:30     Kat Downs
11:00    Jared Cocken
11:30    Lucie Lacava
12:00    Lunch
2:00    Round table
3:00    Close    

Friday, January 27, 2017
Poynter Institute        
801 Third Street South
St. Petersburg, Florida 33701

Each designer responding to the Poynter Challenge present solutions that show how digital news publications can use design to engage readers. They are showing typography structures, branding techniques, new opportunities for visual journalism, and . . .  VR. 

8:00    Check-in
9:00    Welcome
9:10     Roger Black
9:30     Jeffrey Zeldman
10:15    Kat Downs Mulder
11:00    Mike Swartz
11:45    Questions
12:00    Lunch
1:00     Lucie Lacava
1:45      Jared Cocken
2:45      Round table
4:00     Close

Descriptions of designers presentations are here.