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Balancing automated notifications with compromised worker productivity

Post by Kimberly Lynn Workman
Ding! Weather alert!
Ding! You got email!
Ding! Someone re-tweeted you!

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Battle of the Blues

Society for News Design's 2012 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Sports Page Newspaper
Designer: Vanessa Voight '12
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Bean & Leaf

Love coffee and tea? Bean & Leaf Magazine gives readers a unique look into the cafe culture. This issue features profiles on coffee shops in the southern U.S., a quiz to find out which tea is right for you, a tutorial on brewing your own sun tea and feature stories on fair trade coffee and sustainable tea. Created by students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at UNC-Chapel Hill, this magazine showcases digital media technology through iPad design.

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Biscuits with the Times

Senior Cameron Church '18 took first place in the Ketchum Mindfire Challenge rebranding category with his "Biscuits with the Times" entry.
The challenge required entrants to rebrand a popular biscuit brand to take it out of its boring image a "2017 pop culture icon."

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Black Ink Magazine

Black Ink Magazine is the official publication of the Black Student Movement (BSM) on UNC’s campus.

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Blue-Ringed Octopus

Society for News Design's 2013 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Art & Illustration
Designer: Maciej Dudek 
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Bugs for Beetles

Society for News Design's 2016 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Infographics
Designer: Peter Carr '15
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Can the odds be overcome?

Society for News Design's 2013 Best of Student Design competition
First place: Sports Page Newspaper
Designers: Kevin Uhrmacher, Sarah Delk, Melissa Borden and Nikki Gauthreaux
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Carolina Ahora

Carolina Ahora was created in the Fall of 2016 as a Spanish counterpart of the social media show Carolina Now. 

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Carolina Association of Black Journalists (CABJ)

CABJ's primary purpose is to support and encourage careers for minority students and to sensitize media coverage and practices toward minorities.

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