Friday 30th September, 2011
1:30pm to 2:20pm
The relationship between reporter and designer is full of pain. Reporters change the stories at the last minute, leaving well-crafted graphics on the cutting floor or unconnected to the narrative. Reporters resist collecting precise enough data for a graphic and don't pay attention to an interactive until it's too late. The data comes in trickles, often incomplete or unsourced. This panel will help you find the sweet spot of working together on long- and short-term projects without forgetting your day job.
Knight Chair at Duke Univ. Former WaPo reporter, building and curating tools and techniques for better investigative reporting. @ReportersLab has project news. bio from Twitter
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