What Does A Responsive Newsroom Really Look Like?
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In today’s rapidly-evolving social world, modern-day journalism has evolved as well, as we continue to move from print to digital. We expect to be able to instantaneously access information from whatever device is to hand. Online newsrooms must adapt to mobile, tablet and laptop without losing either their effectiveness or aesthetic appeal. As a result, our rapidly changing habits demand responsive design.
Since co-founding Code and Theory in 2001, Dan Gardner has dedicated his career to helping publishers radically change the way news is published and experienced online. According to Gardner, “The entire industry needs to re-orient its digital approach to be quicker, nimbler, and more efficient.”
On Wednesday September 24, Gardner will explore the next generation of the responsive web in an increasingly social world – what it looks like, why news organizations need to adopt a responsive philosophy, and how the entire industry can re-orient its digital approach to be quicker, nimbler, and more efficient.
SMW London begins on September 22. Space is limited, get your pass today and join executives from BBC, Google, The Guardian, Lego, KLM, Ogilvy, IBM, Yelp, Buzzfeed, Microsoft and more!
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