Would you like to spend the day with leading experts in audience-centric design thinking, media, journalism and environment? Develop more effective ways to communicate about making communities more resilient to climate risks like sea-level rise and flooding post-Sandy?
This interactive workshop is for journalists, editors, journalism faculty, designers, developers and problem solvers. You will be immersed in human-centered design methods and learn how to leverage them to better understand and engage new audiences, how to harness the power of new technologies, and how to create more real and dynamic stories that resonate.
• Journalists and editors can brainstorm new products to serve their audiences.
• Faculty can incorporate new approaches into curriculum to train the next generation of journalists.
• Designers and developers can geek out and find friends to collaborate with on their next passion project.
You don't want to miss this!
To learn more about design thinking, check out
• How journalists can improve their storytelling by embracing design thinking (http://www.poynter.org/how-tos/newsgathering-storytelling/219625/how-journalists-can-improve-their-storytelling-by-embracing-design-thinking/)
• Design thinking towards a new, more engaged journalism (https://dschool.stanford.edu/blog/2010/06/04/design-thinking-towards-a-new-more-engaged-journalism/)
Event hosted by AdaptNY, CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Center for Community and Ethnic Media, and the Online News Association.
A. Adam Glenn, workshop chair, founder of (http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/cunyj_profiles/glenn-adam-associate-professor-interactive/#.Ut6zl_so5mA) AdaptNY (http://www.adaptny.org/) & associate professor at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Laura Cochran, ONYA-NYC organizer
Reggie Murphy (http://twitter.com/reggiemurphy), Electronic Ink, @reggiemurphy
Nelson Hsu (https://twitter.com/hsunelson), Project Thunderdome at Digital First Media, @hsunelson
Julie Westfall (https://twitter.com/juliewestfall), Project Thunderdome at Digital First Media, @JulieWestfall
8 a.m. - 9 a.m.: Breakfast
9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.: Designing the Problem
What is human-centered design with Reggie Murphy
The design challenge: How might we help people understand climate change adaptation and the need for it at the community level?
Power panel of climate experts, including:
• Councilman Mark Treyger, chair of New York City Council's Committee on Recovery & Resiliency
• Katherine Bagley, climate reporter for the Pulitzer Prize-winning web siteInsideClimateNews (http://insideclimatenews.org/) , and co-author of Bloomberg’s Hidden Legacy: Climate Change and the Future of New York City.
• Bill Ulfelder, executive director of The Nature Conservancy (http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/newyork/index.htm) in New York
• Laura Tolkoff (http://www.rpa.org/people/laura-tolkoff), Associate Planner, Energy and Environment, Regional Plan Association (http://www.rpa.org/)
• Vivien Gornitz, geologist and special research scientist with the Columbia University Center for Climate Systems Research and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies
12:30 p.m. - 1:30 p.m: Working Lunch: Defining your users
1:30 p.m. - 6p.m.: Designing the Solution
Brainstorm and prototype your ideas
Share, refine and present your ideas
6 p.m.-7 p.m. Happy Hour (BYOB) at The Hudson Bond, 215 W 40th St.
SORRY, NO WALK-IN REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT!