February 15, 2018
Che Douglas: Best of the old/Best of the new, Unifying “The Wall Street Journal” typography
TDC Salon: February 15, 2018. “Best of the old/Best of the new: Unifying The Wall Street Journal typography” with Che Douglas.
Che Douglas, Global Head of Design at The Wall Street Journal, discusses the recent undertaking to simplify, standardize and modernize the typography of all WSJ brand experiences.
Born in South Australia, Che Douglas is a graduate of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT). Che was the Founder and Creative Director of BTP Design, a leading branding and digital design studio in Melbourne, Australia. His company achieved recognition as one of the top design studios within the Australian design community. Che frequently lectures at events and universities and has been a juror on many award panels, including twice on the AGDA Biennale Committee. As the sole director of BTP for eight years, he supported and serviced hundreds of clients before closing to relocate to New York to work with Dow Jones.
Che is currently the Global Head of Design at The Wall Street Journal and oversees a team of product and user experience designers.