Greg Linch said: Kevin Quealy, a graphics editor at The New York, explains how a team created an interactive on Netflix rental patterns.
One of The Times’ recent graphics, “A Peek Into Netflix Queues,” ended up being one of our more popular graphics of the past few months.
Greg Linch said: Tracy Boyer rounds up group of amazingly talented individuals, including links to their sites and very brief bios.
I made a conscious decision not to sub-divide this list by specialty because I strongly believe that it is important to be familiar with work done in all visual fields to truly succeed as a multimedia professional. If you are not included on this list, it could be because I have not stumbled across your work (well, that or I just had a momentary memory lapse!). If this is the case, please introduce yourself and your work so I can put you on my radar. In most cases I tried to use producers’ own words for descriptions. However, if there was no about page (shame!), I just wrote a quick synopsis.
Greg Linch said: The Online News Association joins the University of Miami School of Communication in hosting the school’s annual Beyond Bootcamp Multimedia Workshops, Jan. 9-16, 2010, on campus at Coral Gables, Fla. (disclosure: I'm co-teaching a session on social media)
Greg Linch said: Another great post by Megan Taylor about programmer/journalists, this time focusing on skills.