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Resource ID: #763
Source: 2198Nathaniel Lash, Julia Smith, Aaron Williams, Alex Richards
Affiliation: Tampa Bay Times, Center for Investigative Reporting, Washington Post, IRE
Date: 2016



We hear a lot of the following during discussions about creating mobile-friendly data-driven experiences: “It’s not possible to make good interactives on mobile.” “It’ll hurt our work on desktop.” “It’s not worth the effort.” “It’s too hard.” One thing is true: Making a news app work well on mobile requires different methodology than is commonly utilized today – but that doesn’t necessarily mean a worse process or an inferior product. In fact, mobile-friendly interactives better serve news audiences, and creating these experiences is possible (and practical!) to do. This session teaches attendees how to better present and share data-driven content on the mobile web. We cover the best practices for developing mobile-friendly, accessible data visualizations, which will help news application designers and developers create interactive graphics that work universally and are accessible via assistive technologies like screen readers.

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