What makes a successful editorial package? The New York Times’ visual editor Tracy Ma discusses
First up to the digital stage at October’s Nicer Tuesdays, the New York-based designer and visual editor chewed over her many-sided role and all it entails.
- 10 November 2020
- It's Nice That
- Reading Time
- 1 minutes
As Nicer Tuesdays October kicked off for another month, we were graced by a multi-talented creative we’ve long been fans of, Tracy Ma. Currently visual editor at The New York Times, the trained graphic designer provided a whirlwind tour of her career to date, not to mention a few project highlights along the way. Having cut her teeth as deputy creative director at Bloomberg Businessweek, Tracy talked the eager-eared audience through what a successful editorial package means for her.
Discussing the differences between physical and digital publishing as well as the importance of empathy when it comes to designing a reader’s experience, this inspirational talk overflowing with useful tips and wise observations is not to be missed. Watch the video above to find out more on how Tracy has carved a unique role for herself as visual editor of one of the most prestigious media outlets in history.
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