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Google Web Designer vs. Adobe Edge (Annimate)

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Google Web Designer and Adobe Edge are tools that seek to make it easier to produce interactive content for desktop and mobile devices. Read the comparison.


GeoFlow from Microsoft

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Can innovative interactive graphics come from Microsoft? Sure! Although we like to pick on Microsoft for lots of reason the still have some great products and have just released a new tool that integrates two of their best: Excel and Bing Maps. According to Bing Map’s blog post, the new tool called, GeoFlow allows user   …Continue Reading


April Jobs Listing

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Here are a few of the job postings found through out the interactive journalism industry. Developer & Programmer Positions News Developer PBS Newshour http://www.pbs.org/newshour/jobs/webdev.html Senior Front End Developer The Washington Post http://careers.washingtonpost.com/?q=content/senior-front-end-developer Mobile Developer The Washignton Post http://careers.washingtonpost.com/?q=content/mobile-developer-front-end iOS Developer The New York Times https://jobs.github.com/positions/5572a4f4-e15c-11e1-907c-7ca9799b41c6 via github Android Developer The New York Times http://jobs.nytco.com/job/New-York-Android-Developer-Job-NY/2450386/ Web   …Continue Reading


Inside The White House Hackathon!

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Photo via @macon44 By  Jacqueline Kazil Editors Note: Jacqueline Kazil participated in the recent White House Hackathon and is a web application developer for CACI at the Library of Congress. She previously worked a dynamic application developer for The Washington Post. She resides in Washington, D.C and works primally in Django, Python, HTML, CSS and   …Continue Reading


Meet Meograph, and online storytelling tool

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Innovation” and “startup” have become buzzwords in the journalism and publishing industries as companies try to find new ways to tell stories. But sometimes the best tools come from people in other industries — such as aerospace engineering at MIT. Misha Leybovich, an international technology consultant, likes to tell stories the old-fashioned way: in person.   …Continue Reading


Journalism Interactive Conference Soon!

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Steve Fox expressed on Facebook that he could think of nothing better than leaving the cold winter at the University of Massachusetts and heading south to Florida for a few days to talk about journalism. I too am excited about the conference, but for more reason than just the weather! This yearly gathering of the interactive journalism community,   …Continue Reading


January Job Listings for Interactive, Multimedia and Producer Jobs

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  Developer or Programmer Positions Front End Developer | Contenly Creative Technologist | Boston Globe Graphic Design Head of Graphic Design | SNL Financial, LC (via JournalismJobs.com) Graphic Designer and Studio Photographer | Kansas (via JournalismJobs.com) Producers or Editor Positions Online Producer | The Virginia Pilot (via JournalismJobs.com) Coordinating Producer | ideastream.org (via JournalismJobs.com) Editor   …Continue Reading


Relaunch of Innovative Interactivity

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I am excited to announce the relaunch of Innovative Interactivity (II). As you might have read, The University of North Carolina School of Journalism and Mass Communication now publishes II. Tracy Boyer Clark has done a tremendous job  developing this website into a community with valuable resources about interactive multimedia, and UNC is proud to continue this great work.   …Continue Reading


Announcing the first Interactive Designer Workshop from II

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Workshop Page | Register Now It is no secret that the publishing industry is changing and will continue to do so. There are many great graphic designers and artists who are eager to create interactive graphics but have not had the time to build those skills. The first II workshop is custom tailored to successful graphic designers who want   …Continue Reading


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