Art Director at Libération. Before coming to the art direction, Blaise began in the Paris daily in the weekly supplements and special issues. And prior to entry into the newspaper he spent three years in a publication design studio called JBA.
Social Media Manager at El País and at Eskup information network. She is also professor of Master in Journalism at the Universidad Autonoma de Madrid/El País, where she was a student in the first graduating class.
He just has been named editorial director of Vocento Regional Media. The previous director of Innovation is thus placed in front of the area that encompasses the twelve regional newspapers that make up the group. Bachelor of Information Science, has accumulated experience of more than two decades devoted to journalism.
Craig F. Walker
Since September 11th, 2001, Walker, Denver Post photojournalist, has covered the collapse of the Twin Towers, the war in Afghanistan, including the inauguration of President Karzai, and the deployment of troops in Kuwait and Iraq. His work 'Ian Fisher: American Soldier' has been Pulitzer Prize for Photography in 2010.
Born in Argentina, he lives in Barcelona since 2000, where he currently teaches typography at different schools, and where he works as a freelance designer of typefaces. He studied Graphic Design and became a graduate in Visual Communication Design. In 2002 he founded Emtype, the platform he used to publish his own types.
Editorial and information visual designer, since 2008 he has worked as Art director at Il - Intelligence in lifestyle, the gentlemen's magazine of Il Sole 24 Ore, the leading financial and economic newspaper in Italy. Before that he has worked for five years as senior designer at Lefloft, a design studio based in Milan and New York.
He works as an illustrator at The Seattle Times, where he publishes the weekly column Seattle Sketcher. He began his career as a graphics artist at La Vanguardia, and since 1998 has worked in the U.S. as deputy director of design and photography at The Desert Sun, and chief designer of the Life section of USA Today.
Columnist and Graphics and Illustration department director from La Vanguardia. His work has been recognized with more than a hundred prizes SND, SPD, Laus, FAD and Malofiej, and has worked for newspapers around the world, as Clarín, Folha de Sao Paulo, The Independent, La Stampa and National Geographic Society among many others.
At The Wonderfactory he is responsible for shaping and directing interactive concepts. Since they launched the concept of 'tablet' for Time Inc. in July 2009, Cocken led the team that created the Tablet Demo Sports Illustrated and the subsequent platform for the magazine. Before that he was a founding partner of William Digital Media.
Managing editor of the Internazionale website, where she has worked since 1998. Prior she was web editor and graphic designer. She has published a novel (A Spasso sul Google taxi) and translated a graphic novel (Fun Home, Alison Bechdel).
He is co-founder of Daytum.com, a place to count and report the daily data, and often he design informative graphics for many companies and publications. He is the author of several annual reports –the Feltron Report– and his work has appeared in places like the Wall Street Journal, Wired and Creative Review.
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of Cuenca, he began his career as a multimedia graphic designer at HTTP Comunicació. He was founding partner of Cartun, first producer of on-line chartoons in Spain. Today, he is partner of Lamosca, where he is Art director and graphic designer.
Professor of Journalism at the University of Navarra, where he directs the Department of Journalism Project. He is currently chair of the Journalism Studies Section of the European Communication Research and Education Associatioin (ECRE), the largest European organization of communication researchers.
He is one of the news graphic designers best known. He began his career at ABC, moved to Cinco Dias, Cambio 16, Mercado, El Sol and in 1992 came to El Mundo, where he is director of the Magazines Department of Art. His work in Metropoli has been considered one of the 25 Influential Moment in News Design.
Director General of Nespresso Iberia (Spain and Portugal) since 2003. Engineering from the University of Louvain (Belgium) and an MBA from the Solvay Business School (Belgium) he has spent his entire professional career in companies of luxury brands. He has extensive international experience dealing with international development charges and management.
Journalist and writer, he is the creator and editor in chief of IL - Inteligence in lifestyle, the gentlemen's magazine of Il Sole 24 Ore, the leading financial and economic newspaper in Italy. Graduated in philosopgy magna cum laude at the University of Siena, he edited several magazines (Campus, Class, I Viaggi del Sole) before joining Il Sole 24 Ore.