Tag Archives: Graphics-design

Exploring multimedia reporting, interactive features

By IKU KAWACHI Although my Sept. 18 post On the cutting edge of graphics and data visualization made a passing reference to one of the site’s more recent interactive items, that alone hardly did the Multimedia section of the The New … Continue reading

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On the cutting edge of graphics and data visualization

By IKU KAWACHI Infographics are becoming an increasingly important component of multimedia reporting, especially on the Internet, where news consumers are typically less attentive and more demanding of interactivity and visuals than when reading a newspaper or magazine. One Web … Continue reading

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Political journalism: Polls, statistics, and interactivity

By IKU KAWACHI Anyone who has scanned through a news article on a major election or the president’s approval rating will probably be at least somewhat familiar with the name “Gallup,” one of the most prominent polling and statistical research … Continue reading

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