This Friday, August 5, 2016, at 2pm, we’ll be leading a workshop at the 2016 NABJ and NAHJ Annual Convention and Career Fair, one of the premier venues for journalism education and career development for the nation’s leaders in media, business, arts and entertainment, and technology.
Join me and Mikel Maron, as we share examples of interactive mapping in journalism, open source methods and tools for data collection, and show you how to apply the Mapbox stack to your next project. Our workshop, Mapping Narratives: Using Maps to Tell Better Stories, is part of the NABJ / NAHJ’s Innovation Bubble, a spotlight of the newest technology journalists can use to gather and present data and tell stories in more creative and engaging ways.
Amy Lee Walton
is a designer at Mapbox. She brings an experimental art+maker background alongside seasoned web chops ranging from designing interactive experiences, to metrics-based advertising campaigns, to UX-focused landing pages and microsites.
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