The Globe wins awards from The Society For News Design
The Globe has been recognized with multiple awards from The Society For News Design’s annual Best of Digital Design competition.
It’s a reflection of the investment we’ve been making in high-quality interactive journalism, and how our reporters, editors and designers find new ways to experiment and tell stories.
Our winning entries:
Features: Single Subject Project – Saving Cyla: How it feels to have awake brain surgery
Features: Single-Subject Project – Too Big To Disrupt? Canada’s Banks Fight Back Against the Likes of Apple, Facebook
Features: Single-Subject Project – Untangling the Middle East: A guide to the region’s shifting relationships
Use of Multimedia – Kim’s Choice: Inside One Woman’s Decision to Starve Herself to Death
Use of Multimedia – No Safe Use: The Canadian Asbestos Epidemic That Ottawa is Ignoring
Use of Multimedia – Who killed Eddie Snowshow: The fatal sentence of solitary confinement
Individual Portfolio – Chris Manza, The Globe and Mail
The SND is an international organization dedicated to promoting excellence in visual journalism. Other winners this year include the New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR and National Geographic.
A full list of the awards and links to winners’ work can be found online