Sourcefabric website redesign tours Belgrade and B92 studios¶
We travelled to Belgrade recently where our designers and implementations team work and reside. The goal was to redesign Sourcefabric's online identity. For close to a week, we hashed out plans to overhaul our print and web materials.This opportunity brought members of our internal team together, combining their skills in design, website implementations and communications.
From concept to creation
The team are working together to make sure the right content, aesthetic and navigation are portrayed outwardly. Sourcefabric's diverse interest group range from large media organisations and NGOs to open source technology enthusiasts and journalists. This broad group makes it an interesting yet challenging project. Because of this complexity, the decision to work alongside one another in person, brought Adam Thomas, Head of Communications at Sourcefabric, from Berlin to Belgrade.
Inside the studios of B92
Along the way we found time to tour the city and take a very interesting peek inside the studios at B92. The famous radio and television station has a long history as an independent media organisation, winning many awards for journalism and fighting for human rights since 1989. The visit was a great chance for us to "see how the other half lives", getting a sense of the environment journalists work in every day. Here are a few images that provide a visual story from this trip.
- Take a look at more images from Sourcefabric's past events, projects and workshops on our Flickr page.
Visiting Belgrade and B92
New Belgrade seen from the B92 roof
The offices of B92
Ready to go live...
Radio broadcaster and news ticker in Belgrade
An empty TV studio at B-92
Mixing desks in the gallery