SNDF Syracuse Student Symposium 2013
Friday, February 8, 2013 from 12:30 PM to 5:00 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Room 141, Newhouse 3
S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
12:30 p.m. FREE LUNCH
Free pizza! Sponsored by The Dallas Morning News.
1 p.m. Michael Whitley
NO REPETITIVE STRESS INJURY: Lessons from things we do over and over (including 10 years of Oscars coverage.)
1:50 p.m. Adrian Norris
DR. REDESIGN: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb. A deconstruction of The Globe and Mail’s 2010 redesign. Everything I have learned and what you need to know.
2:40 p.m. Andrea Zagata
DESIGNING WITH LOSERS: Three NFL seasons. Two mediocre teams. How repetition resulted in evolution for one young designer.
Rob Schneider and Josh Crutchmer
LOVE/HATE: Why we love design/why we hate design
Student critique sessions
Get a critique of work (print, digital) from one of the speaker or another professional. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael Whitley is Assistant Managing Editor for the Los Angeles Times. He is reading "A Dance with Dragons" right now so do NOT talk to him about spoilers.
Andrea Zagata is a designer in The Buffalo News sports department. She spent two years at The Detroit News after graduating from Michigan State University and interning at the Los Angeles Times. She lives with her dog, Freckles, who wears boots in the winter.
Adrian Norris is an award-winning creative director who believes passionately that intelligent and thoughtful design leads to stronger business results. He has used this approach in newspaper, website and magazine design, working for The Sunday Times, The Times, The South China Morning Post in Hong Kong, Times Supplements Ltd., and The Globe and Mail in Toronto.
Rob Schneider is Presentation Director for The Dallas Morning News. He is currently President of SND.
Josh Crutchmer is news design director at the Minneapolis Star Tribune. His recent work has been honored by SND and Pictures of the Year International. He was the SND33 print competition coordinator.