Talk to the New York Times Graphics Director, Steve Duenes

Posted to Site News  |  Nathan Yau

Everyone knows that The New York Times produces great graphics. I bet you’re interested in how those graphics get made. What’s the process of making a graphic? What makes a good visual journalist? What’s a day in the life of a New York Times graphics editor? Now you can find out.

From February 25 (um, yesterday) until this Friday, you can talk to The New York Times graphics director, Steve Duenes. Go ahead. I know you want to.

Looking very dashing in that picture there, Steve.

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