[Event] NYC UPA Jan 27: Andrew DeVigal presents at Bloomberg

17 Jan 2009 - 12:54pm
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Elena Melendy

The New York City Usability Professionals Association cordially invites
local IxDA members to:

*Telling Interactive Stories: The New York Times and the Online News

a presentation by *Andrew DeVigal,* multimedia editor for *The New York

Tuesday, January 27 at 6:00 pm

How do we create compelling online news experiences? First, we traverse the
multimedia landscape to gather the pieces of our narrative: text, visuals
and data. Next, we design that story as one seamless experience in a simple
interface. Oh, and we mustn't forget to make it flexible enough to allow
last-minute changes and updates. In this presentation, we'll examine case
studies from The New York Times and explore some outside-the-box thinking.

Tickets are $15 for non-members and $10 for members.
Please join NYC UPA for $15 annually and receive your first discount now.
Registration closes at 12:00 pm on Friday, January 23.
Tickets are transferable until 12:00 pm on Monday, January 26 by emailing
rsvp [at] nycupa [dot] org. You must be on the attendance list to enter the
Please register at: http://tinyurl.com/9mm4hu*

Bloomberg L.P.
731 Lexington Avenue (between 58th & 59th streets)
Yes, the party will be similar to the IxDA bash at Bloomberg. A photo ID is
necessary to enter.
MAP: http://tinyurl.com/8cmbh2

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm | Networking & refreshments
7:00 pm – 7:15 pm | Announcements
7:15 pm – 8:30 pm | Presentation and Q&A
8:30 pm – 9:30 pm | More networking & refreshments

Andrew DeVigal is multimedia editor for *The New York Times* as well as the
co-founder of DeVigal Design, a print and interactive communications agency.
In the news industry since 1993, he runs Interactive Narratives, a website
sponsored by the Online News Association and dedicated to capturing the best
in online visual storytelling.

Andrew was recently profiled as a leading "renegade cybergeek" by *New
York*magazine. See
Here's Andrew's perspective on the rapid transformation of today's news

"It's an exciting moment in the industry as new technologies enrich the
possibilities of journalism, giving us, storytellers, the ability to better
organize and present complex information as well as enhance the experience
of telling interactive stories through the fusion of text, photo, video,
audio and infographics."

For more information, please visit NYC UPA at http://nycupa.org.

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