Published At Source (source.opennews.org)

Introducing Pym.js

NPR’s Visuals team breaks down Pym, a new responsive-iframe library and the first project launched from the OpenNews Code Convening. (external link)
Published At Source (source.opennews.org)

Collaborating On The T-Shirt Project

Interview: Brian Boyer talks with Source about the Planet Money / NPR Visuals project 'Planet Money Makes A T-Shirt.' (external link)
Published At Source (source.opennews.org)

Network Diagrams Are Hard

It's a challenge to make legible, useful, responsive network diagrams. (external link)

We're looking for teammates!

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.

Election 2012: Electoral combinations

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.

Hello world: Nerd blogging with Jekyll

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.