The code, process and problems of going beyond lists for NPR's year-end books coverage. Read More
You can build and deploy complex sites without running servers. Here's how. Read More
(Almost) everything you always wanted to know about working from the command line, but were too afraid to ask Read More
How we used SVG to generate shareable, high-resolution and print-friendly graphics directly in our user's browsers. Read More
Do you design? Develop? Love the web? Love democracy? Want to spend a summer in Washington, DC? Read More
Spoiler: Our app template makes it possible. Read More
Do you want to make the world a better place? Are you a designer or developer or designer-developer or ux-ui or hacker-journalist? (We love hyphens!) Well, have we got a job for you. Read More
We've been working together as a team for about four months now, with most of our work focused on the presidential campaign and this week’s elections. Here’s a rundown of some of our favorites. Read More
Early in the development of the Swing State Scorecard we determined that we wanted to tell a story about how many combinations (2-state, 3-state) of tossup states there are which would win the election for Obama or Romney. Read More
We're a new team, and we're trying something new (at least for us) as a blog publishing platform: Jekyll, a generator that creates simple, static websites.
We're not breaking any ground with this choice, of course, but we liked the idea of launching a blog that's open source — both its code and also its content.
This initial post is an introduction to Jekyll for the members of our team -- and anyone else who wants to get started with the tool and/or steal our simple code for their own site. Read More