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Society for News Design

Post wins big in the Pulitzer of news design

Simon Scarr

Plotting every one of Picasso's 5,717 paintings from his Blue Period to his last days was no easy feat, but it was work like this that won the South China Morning Post five awards at this year's "Pulitzer of news design".

Tuesday, 19 March, 2013, 2:50pm

SCMP wins five design, photography awards

SCMP wins five design, photography awards

The South China Morning Post has won five awards from the world's most prestigious newspaper design association for its graphic designs and photographs published last year. The US-based, 1,500-member strong Society for News Design judged the paper's design as among the world's best in its 34th annual Best of Newspaper Design competition.

22 Feb 2013 - 3:44am

Post picks up record nine awards for news design

The South China Morning Post won nine awards at the Society for News Design's 'best of news design' creative competition.

This is the highest number the newspaper has ever won in the competition, and the first time it has been recognised for its infographics.

19 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Society for News Design

For the third year running, the Review has been officially recognised as one of the best-designed newspaper sections in the world.

The Society for News Design's annual Best of Newspaper Design competition is the toughest and most prestigious in the world. This year, the US-based competition attracted almost 15,000 entries from around the globe.

12 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Post lauded for design excellence

The design teams for the South China Morning Post and Sunday Morning Post have won two top prizes at the Society for News Design's 27th annual Best of Newspaper Design competition.

The awards recognise the papers as among the best-designed publications in the world.

7 Mar 2006 - 12:00am

Win Win

Great reading Award-winning design

The Review has been officially recognised as one of the best-designed newspaper sections in the world - not once, but twice.

14 Mar 2004 - 12:00am