Saturday 10th November, 2012
2:00pm to 3:00pm
This Learning Lab is a practical introduction to the tools and libraries used to build standards-based interactive content at guardian.co.uk and other newsrooms around the world.
Starting with an idea participants will be walked though conceptual development, wire-framing & evaluating technical feasibility before an introduction to libraries we commonly use to assemble content such as leaflet.js, modestmaps.js, d3.js, raphael.js, underscore, kartograph and miso.
Trainers: Alastair Dant, Alex Graul, Gregor Aisch, Rich Harris
Web handyman. Pseudo-journalist. Camera geek. Collector of useless knowledge. Yorkshireman. Currently making interactive stories for @guardian bio from Twitter
information visualization architect. cur projects: @datawrapper & @kartographjs blog: http://vis4.net #datavis #ddj bio from Twitter
Data visualisation & interactive storytelling @ guardian.co.uk Interactive Team. All opinions my own. Expect otters.
Interactive lead at the Guardian. Likes bikes. Hates haircuts. Friend to all robots. bio from Twitter
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