I’ve written up all of the talks on my blog...
“All Bloomberg journalism is data journalism” - Marianne Bouchart
“Financial Graphics at Thomson Reuters” - Sam Arnold-Forster
“Data + Other data + People = Readable story” - Himanshu Ojha
“Data Journalism: not the job of one department” - Emily Cadman & Martin Stabe
“If we don’t understand the financial system, we aren’t doing our jobs as journalists” - Chris Taggart
2 · January 23
Really enjoyed my first Hacks/Hackers. I know there was some discussion about the venue afterwards, but from an interactive journalism student's perspective it was the speakers and the content, rather than the venue, that made me come along. Really looking forward to the next one.
2 · January 17
Hi Hacks and /or Hackers.
Thanks for letting me speak at you last night, I had a fun time. Just to follow up:
Here's the link again to the inequality series if anyone wants to play with the interactives
And here's a Github link for the HTML 5 boilerplate template that went into the interactives
0 · January 17
It was a great insight into some of the processes involved when developing visualisations. From a creative point of view it was inspiring, however, it would be interesting to hear from the designers and developers how they deal with numbers and stats, the challenges they face and the production process in general.
0 · January 17
Hi all. I'll be talking about how we approach long data projects. In particular I'll be talking about a series I worked on about inequality in America. You can have a read of it here and play with the interactives here :
0 · January 15