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The Marshall Project Honored in 16 Categories by the Society for News Design

Nonprofit newsroom covering criminal justice earns top distinctions, ranging from social media design to infographics to data visualization.

The Marshall Project is pleased to announce it won medals of excellence across 16 categories at the 44th Annual Creative Competition for the Society for News Design. Forty-seven visual journalists from seven countries served as judges this year, assessing the best visual journalism published in 2022.

The Best of News Design Creative Competition honors excellence in visual storytelling, design and journalism. Winners are announced live during the competition. The competition’s highest honors — World’s Best Designed Newspaper, World’s Best Digital News Experience, World’s Best Digital Designer and Digital’s Best in Show — will be announced next week.

“We’re delighted at the recognition for our talented design, product, multimedia, audience and reporting teams,” said Susan Chira, editor-in-chief of The Marshall Project. “The care and creativity they devote to conceiving and executing the visual treatment of our reporting is integral to its emotional power and impact.”

The judging panel assessed design entries in both digital and print competitions. This year, The Marshall Project earned Awards of Excellence for the following projects in the following categories:

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