Graham Roberts, a graphics and multimedia editor at The New York Times, is teaching an online class on how to make animated information graphics and design storyboards. It’s a chance to learn from one of the best. Plus, the first 30 people who use the code “YAUDATA” get 50 percent off, which is a steal.
Learn to make animated information graphics
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