Things You Made, April 12
Interactive features, project breakdowns, and best practices
What You’ve Been Making
A roundup of journalism and code projects from the last few weeks.
(Tampa Bay Times, April 4, 2017)
A review of more than 827 police shootings in Florida; features a huge amount of data, a slideshow overview, and up-close personal stories.
(BuzzFeed, April 4, 2017)
An incredibly in-depth investigation into a Chicago police detective accused of framing 51 people for murder.
(NJ.com, April 10, 2017)
A practical and easy-to-use interactive for house-hunters and curious onlookers.
(Sacramento Bee, April 6, 2017)
Hard numbers on how immigrants power the economy and our lives.
(New York, April 9, 2017)
A long walk down an old road.
(Dallas Morning News, March 24, 2017)
How the experts predict the Mavericks draft will go—tracked.
(Oregonian, April 7, 2017)
A nationwide overview of how local breweries are growing.
Behind the Vox homepage refresh. A closer look at the political bubbles in Michigan. An Instagram slideshow as oral history of a homeless camp, by Wendy MacNaughton. The emergence of Japan’s cherry blossoms, charted. The Tunnel Creek avalanche, five years after Snow Fall. Whether a robot could do your job.
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