Regardless of the platform on which it’s delivered, content works only when it is edited and presented in an accessible and meaningful way.
When applied correctly, information design and visual journalism provide the hierarchy and form that allow content to resonate with its intended audience. Consumers interact with sophisticated design every day in all facets of their lives. The bar has been raised. Your readers, viewers, and advertisers expect your products and brand to meet or exceed the quality, credibility and relevance they see in the brands they experience every day.
The old way of thinking about content, design and consumers don’t work anymore. It’s time to rethink, retool and redesign. It’s time to create, adapt or eliminate products and initiate a meaningful plan to reach your customers. Jeff Glick Design can help.
Great design is about more than just changing typefaces or colors; it’s about evaluating the entire product and brand. It involves examining content and packaging, changing the culture, setting priorities and training staff, all while doing what’s best for the consumer.
That’s the philosophy that makes Jeff Glick a leader in the field of visual journalism. He goes where few others want to or can and immerses himself in all parts of the process.
Jeff empowers those he works with through coaching, mentoring and training. He believes in collaboration and maintaining a positive, fun and professional environment that inspires creativity and innovation.
As a veteran manager, he’s handled staffing, budgets, and the issues that come with working with staffs as small as five and as big as 100. If Jeff has a design style it’s to tell stories in a simple, straightforward and very accessible way. Sometimes less is more.
A bit about Jeff.
Jeff has worked and lived all over the U.S. He has redesigned more than 30 newspapers. He built a design studio and staffed it from scratch. He created the first newspaper multimedia informational graphics department. He designed websites, converged newsrooms, tackled web-width projects and managed the launch of new products as well as lectured all over the country.
He’s worked with groups such as U.S. News & World Report, South Florida Sun-Sentinel, The Dallas Morning News and The Virginian-Pilot, while winning awards from the Society of Professional Journalists, Online News Association, Society for News Design, National Press Photographers Association, PRINT, Florida Society of Newspaper Editors and numerous state press associations.
Chattanooga Times Free Press
The Birmingham News
The Dallas Morning News
The Huntsville Times
The Miami Herald
The Post-Standard (Syracuse, N.Y.)
PRESS-REGISTER (Mobile, AL.)
St. Louis Jewish Light
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
The Tennessean (Nashville)
The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk)
Family Fun Magazine
U.S. News & World Report
Forum Publishing Group
Tribune Media Services
Weather Central, Inc.
American Press Institute
Ball State University
Gannett Co. Inc.
Middle Tennessee State University
Society for News Design
South Carolina Press Association
Southern Newspaper Publishers Association
University of Central Florida
University of Florida
University of Miami
University of North Carolina
Virginia Press Association