The graphic ‘What Path Takes You to Congress’ published in The New York Times wins the Endesa Best of Show Award in the print category. The Endesa Best of Show Award for digital goes to National Geographic for its work ‘Atlas of Moons’. In the wake of the suspension of the Congress in March and in-person jury deliberations due to the Covid-19 outbreak, all of the jurors endorsed the decision to hold on-line deliberations of the works entered in competition. The Society for News Design – Spain, which is the organizer of the Malofiej, wishes express its gratitude to the jurors for their great efforts over these past weeks, the result of which is now here.
In this edition, 162 media outlets from 34 different countries have sent in their works. Of the 1,000 entries in the competition, 400 correspond to printed graphics categories and 600 to digital infographics categories. The jury gave a total of 170 medals, 17 gold, 65 silver and 87 bronze medals in printed and digital media. From the 170 medals awarded by the jury, 58 went to the printed category (5 gold medals, 18 silver and 35 bronze) and 112 went to the online category (12 gold medals, 47 silver and 52 bronze).
The jury were made up of Shazna Nessa (The Wall Street Journal), Julia Wolfe (FiveThirtyEight), Lynn Cherny, Fernando Cucchietti (Barcelona Supercomputer Center), Haeyoun Park (The New York Times), Aaron Williams (The Washington Post), Amanda Montañez (Scientific American Magazine),Delphine Papin (Le Monde), Chineme Okafor (Thisday Newspapers), Catherine Qian Ma (Innovation Center of Integrated Media), Jane Pong (Financial Times), Sara Sprinkhuizen (De Correspondent) and Anna Wiederkehr (FiveThirtyEight).
Best of Show Print
The New York Times for the project What Path Takes You to Congress
Best of Show Digital
National Geographic for the project Atlas of Moons