• INFOGRAPHICS, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

    Posted on January 19th, 2012

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    Interactive animation: Hurricanes

    Busiest season on record This graphic was produced in 2005, when more hurricanes and tropical storms formed in the Atlantic than ever before recorded. It illustrates the frequency of concurrent storms in the Atlantic and the scarcity of days without any storms. The graphic is about hurricanes, but it resonated with readers because it quantifi […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Visualization: Job Voyager

    Job Voyager This Flare visualization uses a stacked time series to visualize 150 years of changes in the U.S. labor force. Data appears dynamically when users roll over different parts of the chart. Click to link to visualization University of California, Berkeley Visualization Lab

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Visualization: Marine debris

    Marine debris collected at beach cleanups in Massachusetts This Many Eyes visualization shows the how much and what kind of debris is most commonly collected at beach cleanups in Massachusetts. Users can isolate different categories by clicking on the menu to the left. Click to link to visualization Image courtesy of International Business Machines Corporation, […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Explorative: Top secret America

    Top secret America More than a dozen Washington Post journalists spent two years developing “Top Secret America,” an investigative story that describes the national security buildup in the U.S. after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks. The project included a number of data-driven interactive graphics that are highly immersive, visually descriptive, and elegant. Click to link […]

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, VIDEO

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    Vodcast: Business Bullet

    The Daily Telegraph website includes a Vodcast titled, “Business Bullet.” On this program, an anchor discusses the latest city and business news in a program-style format. Clips are short to serve web users more effectively. Click to link to Business Bullet feature Image courtesy of © Telegraph Media Group Limited 2010

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, VIDEO

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    Video Diary: Tony’s Story

    In 2009, the Las Vegas Sun ran a series on gambling addiction. The series contained a number of multimedia pieces, including this video diary shot by the subject, Tony McDew, and edited by Sun editors. McDew documented his addiction with his own video camera, hoping that sharing his experience could help others. Click to link […]

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, VIDEO

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    Narrative Video: Basketball Faith

    In “Basketball Faith,” a video narrative published by the San Jose Mercury News, Michael Allen, a local sports ministries director, talks about the basketball league he helped cultivate. The video only contains interview footage and b-roll and as Allen narrates. The reporter is completely invisible in this piece. Click here to link to video story […]

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, PHOTOJOURNALISM

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    Last Days Last Rays photo slideshow

    Last Days, Last Rays

    Last Days Last Rays Evenings at Ontario Beach Park Image courtesy of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle http://www.democratandchronicle.com/assets/Flash/A240593.SWF “Last Days, Last Rays: Evenings at Ontario Beach Park” published by the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle is structured so that the user can either watch the slideshow straight through, with or without audio, as well as turn […]

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, PACKAGES

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    Homicide 37

    The final design of “Homicide 37” was dramatically different from the early storyboards. Smith said it was easy to modify and adapt the overall design because early storyboards helped establish a logical organization of the various parts of the story. Click to link to multimedia story Images courtesy of The Times-Picayune

  • PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES

    Posted on January 16th, 2012

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    Miranda Mulligan

    Miranda Mulligan  |  Multimedia Presentation Editor, The Boston Globe [Insert Figure 2-5 here]   Miranda Mulligan is the design director for BostonGlobe.com and Boston.com, the websites for The Boston Globe. She is a multimedia designer and educator with over ten years of professional experience in print design, photography, and information graphics reporting. Her work has […]

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