Tyler Remmel

Washington, D.C.

Designer for news and sports

Education: Ashland University, BA in Journalism/English and Sport Communication

Tyler Remmel is a news designer specializing in visual storytelling across print and digital platforms at The Washington Post. Before joining The Post in 2019, he worked as a news designer for the Detroit Free Press and other USA Today Network papers.
Latest from Tyler Remmel

Texting through an insurrection

Thousands of frantic text messages that might have otherwise been lost to history are now key to piecing together a picture of the events surrounding the Jan. 6 attack.

February 16, 2022

    Which party controls congressional redistricting in your state

    With potential for gerrymandering and control of the U.S. House at stake, state legislatures and independent commissions are drawing new U.S. House and state legislative boundaries.

    December 8, 2021

      Warnings of Jan. 6 violence preceded the Capitol riot

      Law enforcement agencies failed to heed mounting warnings of coming violence as Trump propelled his supporters to Washington in a last desperate attempt to overturn the election results.

      October 31, 2021

        What happened on Jan. 6: Trump stands back as rioters breach Capitol

        For 187 harrowing minutes, the president watched his supporters attack the Capitol - and resisted pleas to stop them.

        October 31, 2021

          After Jan. 6, threats and disinformation take hold across the U.S.

          Menacing threats and disinformation spread across the country following the Jan. 6 siege, shaking the underpinnings of American democracy.

          October 31, 2021

          How Katie Ledecky swims faster than the rest of the world

          Katie Ledecky entered the Tokyo Olympics with outsized expectations and demonstrated how much faster she is five years after dominating the Rio Games.

          July 22, 2021

          The false and misleading claims President Biden made during his first 100 days in office

          The Biden era has offered a return to a more typical pattern — one that features frequent spin and obfuscation or exaggeration. He devotes little time to social media and rarely faces reporters or speaks off the cuff.

          April 30, 2021

            Election results under attack: Here are the facts

            President Trump has refused to concede the election while alleging widespread voter fraud, without evidence, and mounting legal challenges in several states. Here's what to know about these claims and the latest on lawsuits challenging election results.

            November 30, 2020

              ‘It’s really hard to imagine this number’

              In art and words, nine illustrators grapple with 100,000 American lives lost to covid-19

              May 30, 2020