The Wall Street Journal has announced the launch of its ‘WSJ Design’ website, spearheaded by its SVP, Head of Design Che Douglas.

The website is dedicated to giving readers a behind-the-scenes look at design over at the global daily newspaper, which is based in New York City. “Follow along as we continue to improve and innovate on our existing products, launch new ones and help shape the future of how people consume news,” reads the introduction.

design.wsj.com comes with information about the WSJ’s creative team, videos about what it means to be a designer at the publication, and a portfolio of projects, including how the WSJ iPhone app was redesigned.

Browse throughWSJ Design’ to learn more about creative roles at the Wall Street Journal.

[via che_douglas, main image via video screenshot]

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