The trend in 2013 which will further revolutionize the news industry is Responsive Design, and the Global Editors Network has the inside scoop to keep you ahead of the curve. This year at the GEN News Summit (19 – 21 June 2013), the Online News Association (ONA) is partnering with GEN, and will be holding two workshops covering responsive design. Participants of the GEN News Summit 2013 can take part in the ONA workshops entitled:
- Disrupting the Newsroom: Emerging tools, techniques and strategies are a boon to newsrooms, but the experimentation and innovation they bring can come at a cost — and no small element of risk. The rise of start-up culture has great lessons for a shifting newsroom strategy requiring contained, agile and responsive solutions. From experimentation design to project management tools, learn the new art of disruption.
- Design is How It Works: Agile Systems and Responsive Design: “It’s not just what it looks and feels like. Design is how it works.” — Steve Jobs. Companies like Apple and IDEO have demonstrated the role that design thinking plays in the creation of revolutionary, game-changing products. Yet even in 2013, news design is experiencing a great stagnation; too often, our products and platforms feel more like 2006. Learn strategies to show how design thinking can actually create efficiencies in a product development process that will always be strapped for time.
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