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Resource ID: #417
Subject: 581
Source: 975Marie Gilot, Heather Chaplin
Affiliation: Knight Foundation, The New School
Date: 2014



Design thinking is a process that helps create successful consumer products –bicycle seats that fit right, instinctive ATM interfaces, safer hospital protocols. What if we used design thinking to craft news stories and news apps that people need, want and use? What if we could enable a generation of journalists who are flexible and creative? Marie Gilot, former newspaper reporter and now program associate at the Knight Foundation and Heather Chaplin, director of the Journalism + Design program at The New School, who covered video games for more than a decade, will explore what it means to apply design thinking to journalism and journalism education, as well as the tensions that exist between the journalism and design worlds.

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