Developer at The Marshall Project, previously at NPR Visuals and Washington Post Graphics. Based in Washington, D.C.
Katie’s work on Source
- How NPR Transcribes and Fact-Checks the Debates, Live
- Introducing Whippersnapper
- Return of the Code Convenings: Elections and Updates
Articles by Katie
“Abandon Normal Instruments”: How We Spent SRCCON Fighting Creative Block
Why we get stuck in creative ruts; strategies for finding a way out.Posted on
Regardless of what role you play in your organization, you’ve likely encountered creative block: Sometimes it feels like every story has already been done, or there’s no way around the problem you’re trying to solve. Here’s our attempt to figure out why it happens and what you can do about it, from our SRCCON session in 2019.
The Washington Post’s automated screenshotter grows upPosted on
As part of the OpenNews Code Convening held earlier this month, we’re releasing Whippersnapper—an automated screenshot tool to keep a visual history of content on the web. It builds on top of other open source projects to capture and upload screenshots of a web page, giving users creative power to track how the internet visually changes.