French newspapers look alike with old-fashioned infographics, too much color, but boring, boring, boring.
Libération is, again, the exception with this pink editon, an idea that L’Humanité clones, oh boy!, in blue with another old-fashioned photomontage…
France deserves better journalism and newspaper design.
Better, quite better newspapers.
The day after…forget the numbers, and explain why, why, why the left won, what Sarkozy is going to do.
Why and What’s Next Journalism.
The news behind the numbers.
So less crazy “color salads” an more beef.
Luis Grañena again in the front page of Libération.
A Spanish illustrator that is becoming one of the best of the world.
Another fascinating special issue.
Covering serious topics.
With an unique presentation.
Plenty of creativity.
This what makes Libération controversial and different.
Keeping and improving day by day the INNOVATION‘s new editorial and graphic formula.
Libé at its best.
(Thanks to La Buena Prensa)
Well, today’s “une” is good.
Instead of the predictable and boring EU new mandarins, Libé played the football card in a big way.
So, I am sure that today they well sell more copies.
Plus, they have a terrific double spread on pages 2-3.
This is magic!
These two pages are going to become a classic!
Congratulations to the INNOVATION team that was working this week in Paris, and to the Libé staff.
This is why LIBE is unique.
With the INNOVATION’s team in Paris.
We have INNOVATION’s Javier Errea and Antonio Martin in Paris working with LIBE, so today’s front page looks great.
The paper is doing very well, and publisher, editors and reporters are happy with the new editorial and graphic formula.
In the next few days we will start a new project with LIBE lead by INNOVATION’s director, Marta Botero.
Better than ever.
LIBE leads today the French press with its coverage of the Berlin Wall anniversary.
What a day, November 9 1989, to review today the failure of the world media to forecast the end of the Wall.
A front page that changes with the news.
A “no formula” formula.
Something similar to what we presented in our early prototypes, like these two ones:
The 2001 Economics Nobel Prize, Joseph Stiglitz is and old friend of Libé, so today his opinions are printed not just in the front page, and in pages 2 to 5, but along the entire paper.
Six times, in Monde, Politique, Terre, Sports, Culture and Ecrans, he makes the point on several issues.
A new way to present news and opinions.
What INNOVATION calls “flying opinions” where the comments are made not in the editorial pages but next to news.