Simple News Graphics for Reporters and Editors

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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Hear from Quartz’s David Yanofsky on how everyone benefits from letting journalists with no formal graphics training make their own charts and graphs and learn what you can do to foster the creation of in-style, on-brand, compelling graphics — without having to bother the graphics desk.


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David Yanofsky
Reporter, Quartz
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