Scenes from DUXcamp; photos by Mike Beacom, Mallory Benedict, and Cristina Fletes.
Coming to DUXcamp!
Chrys has worked with LATimes.com, NYTimes.com, KCRW.com, Hacks/Hackers, ONA, and WNYC.org; helping them all maximize their use of the interwebs.
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Join NPR staff photographer and recent Emmy winner John Poole at DUXcamp and find out about the challenges of making audio storytelling visually compelling!
"Right now, publishers are trying to transition to the mobile web in a number of ways…building traditional web sites, mobile sites and native APPs tied to a specific device for a specific operating system…..How do we keep up with the ever-growing number of mobile devices and capabilities of operating systems? How can we shift with the market and/or respond to the needs of our users faster? How can we get a handle on the sheer volume of work on our web devs and digital designers?"
- Miranda Mulligan, Digital Design Director - BostonGlobe.com
Miranda just unveiled the new, responsively designed BostonGlobe.com. Join her at DUXcamp and together we’ll explore other new ways to report, design, and tell our stories!
Charles Darwin did this, slowly and painfully, and so can you.
Every day we walk through the world. We look around. We think we see what’s going on, but it is hard to remember how routinized we are as we look, how we automatically see things from our accustomed angle, never thinking of alternate possibilities.
I mean, who goes to Mount Rushmore and thinks about this? - Robert Krulwich, Radiolab
Come hear what Robert has to say about the creative process; how it works when things go right, and how it can get even better when things go wrong. See you at DUXcamp!
Another design goal for Tumblr is the idea of taking away the intimidation of blogging — you know, the dreaded confrontation of an empty page. This is achieved with with smaller text fields and even a range of non-text options. “We don’t want to make you feel like you need to write three paragraphs and post a photo,” he says. “You can just post a photo.” The reason the “Create Post” button to publish a post is so big and shiny? They want you to feel good about pushing posts out in the world, as often as possible.