Welcome back to the show! This week, I’m very pleased to be joined by John Burn-Murdoch, Alan Smith, and Martin Stabe from the graphics desk at the Financial Times. Established in 1884, the Financial Times is one of the world’s leading business news and information organizations. In this episode, we talk about the changes in the FT newsroom and how the graphics desk and reporters work together; what that workflow looks like; the balance between static and interactive graphics; the new Chart Doctor series; and the skillsets they look for and need in the newsroom.itunes-logo-700

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Episode Notes

Financial Times on Github

Financial Times Chart Doctor

Financial Times, Alan Smith | Simple techniques for bridging the graphics language gap | Graphic Continuum | Visual Vocabulary | High-res version of the Visual Vocabulmarathonto2016lightary

Kennedy Eliot on The PolicyViz Podcast

Archie Tse at Malofiej (slides)

John Burn-Murdoch | London Marathon: How Many Run the Dream Race?



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