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All of the sports!

How design helped The Washington Post’s Olympics coverage stand out from the competition

In an era where icons and emojis are ever-present and making our communication more visual, having a unique design is critical

Washington Post
Sep 29, 2016 · 7 min read
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(Álvaro Valiño)
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(Álvaro Valiño for The Washington Post)
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(Álvaro Valiño)
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(Álvaro Valiño)
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(Álvaro Valiño)
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Come at me, bro. (Washington Post Graphics)
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Made the front page! Woo! (Álvaro Valiño)
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Office Olympics!
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The Washington Post Graphics team, basically. (Álvaro Valiño)

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