Designing Beyond Print: Owning Your Work Across Platforms
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- Designing Beyond Print: Owning Your Work Across Platforms
- Originally Broadcast On:
- February 16, 2017
- Time Estimate:
- One hour for the main presentation and questions. Sometimes presenters stay longer to answer additional questions from participants.
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This webinar is an exploration of expanding the presentation of your stories beyond print. There are all forms of digital design, from longform enterprise stories and quick alternative story forms, to optimizing how a story appears on social media and getting artwork and illustrations online.
There are countless platforms that need a designer's touch. The first step is to stop thinking of yourself as a print designer.
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What Will I Learn:
- How to think about storytelling with a digital focus
- What constitutes a digital contribution
- What sort of role social media should play in planning and presentation
- Ideas for telling stories on different platforms
Who Should Take this Course:
Print designers, digital designers, people who want to branch into digital design and thinking or anyone involved in the presentation of a story online (producers, social media managers, etc.) will benefit from the lessons presented in this webinar.
Virginia Singarayar is a sports and news designer at The Washington Post. She's a Colorado native and a die-hard Broncos fan. Virginia previously worked at the Minneapolis Star Tribune and interned at The Denver Post. She is an active member of the Society for News Design and serves on the competition committee for the annual Best of News Design Creative Competition.
Matthew Callahan is a designer, tinkerer, visual journalist for The Washington Post. His interests include beards, beer and station wagons. Follow him on twitter @mg_callahan or on Instagram @matthewgcallahan. Matthew previously worked at the Tampa Bay Times and interned at The Boston Globe and The New York Times.
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