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Resource ID: #1394
Subject: 581
Source: 3189Lena Groeger, Angelica McKinley
Affiliation: ProPublica; Slack
Date: 2018

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Anyone can improve the design and usability of a journalistic project (from a basic story page to an interactive graphic) with a few simple fixes. Even if you have zero experience in design and concepts like "alignment" and "contrast" seem like technical jargon, this session is for you. We'll go through 10 design rules of thumb, covering everything from typography to interaction to color, and apply them to real live news examples. By the end of this workshop, you'll be able to recognize poor designs and identify how to fix them, and you’ll be on your way to creating your own designs with better organization, unity and clarity.

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