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Thursday, August 11 • 10:00 - 10:50
Data gets personal

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How to use personalisation and interactivity to make data-heavy stories on dry topics engaging and shareable for a bigger audience impact.

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Simon Elvery

Digital journalist, ABC Digital Interactive Storytelling Team
Simon Elvery is an award-winning digital journalist with more than a decade of experience telling stories on the web. He is an organiser of Hacks/Hackers Brisbane, a monthly community event that invites speakers to explore the intersection of new technologies and storytelling and... Read More →
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Julia Smith

Design lead, Institute for Nonprofit News
Julia Smith is the Design Lead for the Institute for Nonprofit News, a nonpartisan journalism organization that provides business and technology services to more than 110 nonprofit newsrooms across the United States. At INN, Julia produces custom editorial projects for INN's member... Read More →
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Kavya Sukumar

Editorial Engineer, Vox.com
Kavya Sukumar is an editorial engineer on Vox's visualization team. She works with data and graphics to find and present stories on the internet.  After more than six years in the tech industry, she switched careers to journalism. She has reported and written stories, worked... Read More →
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Edmund Tadros

Data editor, Australian Financial Review
Edmund runs the data visualisation section of the Financial Review, writes data-driven stories and creates visualisations and interactive tools. He is an award-winning journalist based in the AFR's Sydney newsroom.
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Inga Ting

Data journalist, Sydney Morning Herald
Inga Ting is The Sydney Morning Herald's data journalist, specialising in number analysis and visual storytelling using interactive graphics. Her recent stories cover a range of topics, from how pattern recognition influences wedding dates to falling entry standards at NSW's top universities... Read More →

Thursday August 11, 2016 10:00 - 10:50 AEST
Chauvel Cinema 2 249 Oxford Street, Paddington NSW