It was long overdue, a Spanish-language edition of the ever popular Quartz daily briefing. I know that a new audience will discover all that makes me return to Quartz daily.
It never worked before, it still does not work: dark background colors with text over it. Frustrated with The NewYork Times Book Review and its white type over a dark reddish background. Tell me it isn't so.
It's another good example of unorthodox storytelling from The New York Times: A list of 215 insults presidential candidate Donald Trump has mentioned via his Tweets.
It’s issue 21 of Kinfolk and I am glad I have discovered it.
It shines in its print edition. It is an elegant, easy to navigate website. Take a look at Kinfolk!
It's a new product from Quartz, a weekend newsletter that is to fun to read and lures us into a brief lean back experience with the type of stories we don't expect, but are happy to discover.
Our two-day Digital Design Challenge Conference at Columbia University, with co-sponsorship of The Poynter Institute for Media Studies, has concluded. Five designers now have until January to present models that offer design solutions for how to present news and information via digital platforms.
It’s not just a new name for the international edition of The New York Times. It looks like it is also a place for innovation and
A new printed newspaper for children, excellent coverage of Hurricane Matthew, and the power of investigative journalism to make us better citizens. These are some of the things that give us reason to smile.
Goodbye, International New York Times; hello, international edition of The New York Times