The Pitchfork design team shares their insight and gives us a look behind the page during an interview-style talk hosted by Kim Knoll of Knoed Creative and Lane Fujita of Braintree.

The Chicago chapter of CreativeMornings is organized by Kim Knoll & Kyle Eertmoed of Knoed Creative. Follow along with us at @Chicago_CM!

Video by Alejandro Moore and Chris Mendoza

About the speaker

Pitchfork started over 20 years ago as one of the web’s first blogs, and since has grown into what is now music’s most trusted voice. With over 10 million monthly unique visitors to their website, they also operate festivals in Chicago and Paris, a quarterly print publication The Pitchfork Review, a pop-up radio station, and are a part of the Condé Nast family of publications that also includes Vogue, The New Yorker, Wired, Vanity Fair, and more. While their editorial staff is based in NYC’s One World Trade Center, the design department continues to find its home in Chicago. Joy Burke, Jessica Viscius, Nicole Ginelli, Noelle Roth, and Mike Renaud lead the visualization and creative vision of the company’s many endeavors, which have led to countless Webbys, The Society of Publication Design’s Brand of the Year award, a National Magazine Award for digital excellence, a spot on Ad Age’s Creativity 50 list, and AIGA’s Corporate Design Leadership Award.

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