Amanda Cox on data graphics and stuff

Posted to Visualization  |  Tags:  |  Nathan Yau

At New Media Days 2010, New York Times graphics editor Amanda Cox talks data graphics, finding a balance between storytelling and straight facts, and working at the graphics desk. Listen and learn in the video below (or you might want to bookmark since it’s about an hour long).

[New Media Days via VisualJournalism]

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