For some, paging through the Sunday paper is the institution it has been for generations: a tradition as pure as the morning’s coffee. For others, the ritual has been replaced by a screen and a mouse on their morning commute. The effect, however, is still the same. Designing the news is and has always been a science—a unique blend of carefully chosen words and images. Our new book Newspaper Design brings the science to life by telling the story of editorial innovations and the creatives behind them.
Co-edited by Javier Errea, who also co-edited our previous release Visual Journalism, sifted through the top newsrooms from around the world to profile the people who made them work. With features on industry leaders including Mario García, Lucie Lacava, and Mark Porter alongside work examples ranging from national broadsheets to local papers, Newspaper Design presents a survey of top-notch movers and shakers making the daily paper a source of inspiration. Browse the book in our webshop.