From audio to maps to infographics, mobile devices invite us to rethink which stories we tell, and how we tell them.
Join the Online News Association and The Tennessean in Nashville on Friday, February 26, for ONA Mobile dCamp: Nashville, a day-long design camp to discuss and develop new ideas for mobile-first news.
Supported by the Gannett Foundation, ONA Mobile dCamp will use a human-centered design process to identify reader needs and propose practical mobile-first solutions. A cross-section of media’s leading mobile experts will participate in the discussions and lead teams in brainstorming and prototyping mobile-first story forms.
This facilitated, interactive workshop is for journalists, editors, designers, developers and fans of great mobile news content. The workshop is free but we ask for $5 to cover the cost of meals.
Check out the takeaways from ONA Mobile dCamp: Seattle to get a sense of what you can expect at this workshop.
We’re thrilled to welcome an amazing team of mobile experts and facilitators, who will be leading groups throughout the day, including:
Andy Boyle, Full Stack Developer, Breaking News
Jessica Davis, Digital Strategist, The Tennessean
Katie Glaeser, Associate Producer, CNN
Tony Gonzalez, Enterprise Reporter, WPLN
Jennifer Haynes-Watkins, Director of Digital Innovation & Strategy, WSOC-TV
Pete Karl II, Engineering Manager
Ramla Mahmood, Senior Product Designer, Vox Media
Jennifer Mizgata, Senior Communications Manager, ONA
Miranda Mulligan, Consultant
Jeremiah Patterson, Digital Manager, ONA
Rhyne Piggott, Digital Media Consultant
Lance Williams, Consumer Experience Director, The Tennessean
Jacque Wilson, Cross Platform Producer, CNN