Katie Kingsbury on the Boston Globe’s interactive transition graphic

Searching for a Boat with 243 Passengers that Vanished

Using GIFs to tell a story of strife and street life in Lebanon

Using data and design to compare corruption and transparency across 50 U.S. states

Adding depth to stories of Mexican immigrants with interactive visual storytelling

Twelve takeaways for improving journalism from the 2016 Newsgeist conference

Connecting the Dots Between Disparate Cultures with a Video Game

The power of handcrafted visual design in video games

Visualizing Complexity with Vizzuality

How the NYT’s John Herrman pulled back the curtain on fake news

How a Chinese news app has users earning money reading and sharing news

How Tim Meko visualized America’s vast web of pipelines, railroads, electricity and more.

Contextualizing the Dakota Access Pipeline: A roundup of visualizations

How to build a map of rodent infestation complaints in your city

How Doctors Without Borders and a VR studio built an immersive exhibit about refugee camps

How AJ+ leverages user-centered design to win over millennials

Upworthy’s Amy O’Leary on the art and data science of engaging readers

How the Guardian used pixel art mini Trumps, Bernies and other candidates to display election results

How the Wall Street Journal visualized the issues that split the Republican vote

How a small data design company visualized the world’s scientific collaborations

A dummy’s guide to mapping Daesh

Understanding what makes a visualization memorable

How to learn responsive web design by coding your own story

How newspaper stories went viral in the 19th century

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