The Washington Post and The Lily, The Post’s publication for millennial women, were honored with more than 50 awards in the Society of News Design’s 40th annual Best of Digital Design competition. This total included 48 bronze awards and 10 silver awards across numerous categories.

Highlights from the digital results include:

  • The Washington Post’s Snapchat team earned five bronze medals for its work on Snapchat Discover, as well as the bronze medal overall for social media. 
  • The graphics and design departments were honored with silver medals in several categories, including Information Graphics, Story Page Design, Special Events - Elections and two silver medals in the Local Issues category, in addition to multiple bronze awards.
  • A special edition of the Washington Post Magazine earned a bronze medal in the Arts, Entertainment, Food, Travel & Lifestyle category for its design featuring alternative storytelling
  • The Lily earned multiple awards, including a silver medal for an overall portfolio of its work and a bronze medal for the design of “The Lily Lines” newsletter.
  • Five Post designers earned individual portfolio and page design bronze medals: Amy Cavenaile, Aviva Loeb, Youjin Shin, Ross May and Jason Bernert.

The digital portion of the competition uniquely honors journalistic, visual and technical excellence for work produced in 2018. View the full list of winners here.