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HOT LINKS What we’re reading this week Paola: How are journalists adapting to the digital age? The International Center for Journalists is conducting a survey to find out and also share findings from the 2017 survey. Tyler: Most of us probably take A/B testing as a given these days. Researchers at Northeastern University are digging into […]
HOT LINKS What we’re reading this week Ben: Heather Bryant raises an interesting point in this thread about reimbursements for conference costs: the reimbursement model requires applicants to front the cash. What if there were an organization that gave conference attendees up front funding in exchange for the scholarship’s later reimbursement money? Paola: Save the […]
HOT LINKS What we’re reading this week Tyler: Things are getting weird in 2019, according to the Next Web’s latest roundup of web design trends. Kay: Are you giving your readers more than 4 options for a membership, as donation levels or for other important conversion points? If so, you might want to re-think it! Learn […]
HOT LINKS What we’re reading this week Ben: Josepha Haden was recently named Executive Director of the WordPress project. Read up on her leadership philosophy, and her review of WordPress’ strengths and challenges. Paola: Over the course of the next three years, Facebook will place a total of $300 million worth of support towards journalism projects including […]
WordPress 5.0 and the Gutenberg editor present a perfect opportunity to incorporate new best practices from the WordPress industry in our work. With a more streamlined end-user experience, individual organizations will be empowered to truly make their Largo sites their own. But we’re also invested in making the developer experience easier.
You’ve read the benefits of Largo 0.6.1, and want to upgrade. We’ve tried to make the process as simple as possible.
Gutenberg is great, but you might not want to update to it yet. We dive into the whys and wherefores, and provide advice for your newsroom.
Caitlin Ostroff and Mike Stucka built a set of reusable elections data processing tools and frontend widgets for 2018 elections coverage at the Miami Herald and The Palm Beach Post. They describe how it works and how you can use it.
The INN Labs team is issuing a major, Gutenberg-friendly update to the Pym.js Embeds WordPress plugin, formerly known as the Pym Shortcode plugin, which improves presentations of data journalism.
Interested in technical help from INN Labs? Fill out the request for support form. NewsMatch is here! The team at INN Labs is once again gearing up to help participating organizations take advantage of this incredible fundraising opportunity. Thanks to an investment from Knight Foundation, INN Labs is providing services to help participants improve their […]