As computers move out of desktops and into the built environment and everyday objects, there is an opportunity to change the shape of news. The Exploring Physical Journalism project aims to understand the possibilities.
The JxD project created a process for teaching design to journalism students. The process encourages students to imagine new ways of doing journalism by exploring how news or other aspects of practice might be redesigned for social, mobile, or other emerging technologies.
The NewsCubed project was a journalistic experiment and led to the idea of Journalism Design. It was initially my PhD research project but later evolved into a teaching initiative and a short-lived startup.
This book is about the future of journalism. As technologies reshape the way we interact journalists need new ways to tell stories. Rather than adapting to new technologies, journalists should be creating technologies designed for core values such as the public interest. Order using discount code ADC18