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The Seattle Times
An easy-to-digest guide to the two candidates running for Seattle Mayor in the 2013 general election. Gives an at-a-glance overview of the candidates, issue stances and campaign financing information.
A hackathon project that takes pieces of structured data from within articles and displays them in a contextual stream for readers to make sense of the larger picture.
A look at how we built a responsive GameCenter for following Seahawks and Husky games. Integrates live stats, latest article headlines and a live chat for readers and reporters.
A collaboration with metro reporters and news researchers to collect information from readers about rent increases, then plot media prices by neighborhood on a map.
An app that lets readers explore the Seattle mayor's race, including biographical and campaign financing information for each candidate, plus a comparison of where each stands on the issues.
A map of structurally deficient bridges in Washington State, put together on deadline after a bridge collapsed into the Skagit River.
A user-generated map of best and worst parks in Washington State, with filters for kid-friendliness and camping. Readers can submit reviews and photos of their favorite places.
A database of all Washington State legislators, which bills they've sponsored, who is giving them money, and which committees they sit on. Readers can filter down to legislators specific to their district by inputting their address.
An interactive that lets readers try their hand at balancing the state budget by selecting proposed options and watching them stack up against benchmarks.
An at-a-glance view of local Washington state olympians competing in the 2012 London Olympics. Can see which events athletes compete in, at which time, and the final result. Also can read about how a certain player is connected back to Washington state.
An internal tool built in WordPress that lets editors go through headlines of our 40+ partner blogs to curate best headlines for print and the web.
A user-generated Word Cloud tool for measuring reader sentiment on issues. Filtered against a bad word API.
Center for Investigative Reporting
A graphic for CIR's social media sites that shows how the 2011 Public Safety Realignment Act redirects low-level offenders from state lockups to county jails, while providing local governments with millions of dollars and broad discretion over how to spend the money to handle the felons.
A CIR infographic that supplemented a California Watch investigation about how school lunches are missing the mark for nutrition standards.
An iOS app for sharing food photos and discovering new meal ideas.
In Fall 2010, I worked with NYU's Jay Rosen to redesign his widely-read media criticism blog, PressThink.
I worked with the team at Publish2 that launched a news exchange, whose goal was to disrupt the publishing business, notably the monopoly created by the Associated Press.
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