The international daily newspaper, The Wall Street Journal launched a website and it’s specifically for the love of design.
The Wall Street Journal has launched a website that we designers must feel special about. The SVP also Head of Design Che Douglas spearheaded the new website with the name of ‘WSJ Design’. This new website aims to give readers a behind-the-scenes look at design over at The Wall Street Journal. “Follow along as we continue to improve and innovate on our existing products, launch new ones and help shape the future of how people consume news,” described on the introduction.
WSJ Design provides readers with information ranging from the WSJ’s creative team, videos about what it means to be a designer at the publication, a portfolio of projects, to the redesign process of the WSJ iPhone app.
I’m incredibly proud to announce the launch of the WSJ Design site. For the first time, designers at The Wall Street Journal will have a public presence—a site to showcase the work and insights, and provide a behind-the-scenes look at design @WSJhttps://t.co/lu2hGKeQCB pic.twitter.com/aEa38AU3e2
— Che Douglas (@che_douglas) December 19, 2018
So, start your journey to the whole new source of design inspiration now here.