Why What WHEN - Demonstrator/prototype from Media Hack Day Berlin (October 2013)
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Why What WHEN - Demonstrator/prototype from Media Hack Day Berlin (October 2013)

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Why What When is an exploration, created in 36 hours. The challenge at the Mediahackday was to make better use of archived content. See for yourself what we came up with… ...

Why What When is an exploration, created in 36 hours. The challenge at the Mediahackday was to make better use of archived content. See for yourself what we came up with…
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  • 1. WHY WHAT WHEN Super-simple timelines
  • 2. WHY WHAT WHEN Super-simple timelines Media HACKDAY (Berlin, October 2013) A Journalism++ exploration for better use of archived content from newspapers. Journalism++ team: Pierre Bellon, Paul Joannon, Peter Grensund, Jelle Kamsma, Cosmin Cabulea, Mirko Lorenz.
  • 3. CHALLENGE: MAKE BETTER USE OF ARCHIVES
  • 4. WHY? WHAT? WHEN? THIS IS HOW WE WORKED ON THIS... DEEP-LEVEL VIEW APP-VIEW TIME-VIEW
  • 5. THE WHY WHEN WAS THE CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS? CAN NOT REMEMBER? OUT OF SIGHT, OUT OF MIND YOU ARE NOT ALONE. IT‘S HARD TO REMEMBER EXACT DATES.
  • 6. HOW?
  • 7. SUPER-SIMPLE TIMELINES HOW?
  • 8. SUPER-SIMPLE TIMELINES USER EXPLORES STEP-BY-STEP HOW?
  • 9. SUPER-SIMPLE TIMELINES USER EXPLORES STEP-BY-STEP FACT AFTER FACT... HOW?
  • 10. SUPER-SIMPLE TIMELINES USER EXPLORES STEP-BY-STEP FACT AFTER FACT... AVOID TL,DR HOW?
  • 11. SUPER-SIMPLE TIMELINES USER EXPLORES STEP-BY-STEP FACT AFTER FACT... AVOID TL,DR MOBILE/TABLET FRIENDLY HOW?
  • 12. IS THERE A GOOD/BETTER VISUALIZATION?
  • 13. HTTP://WWW.ECONOMIST.COM/BLOGS/GRAPHICDETAIL/2012/09/DAILY-CHART-13 Found via Flowing Data - „Here is today“ is a concept/idea by Luke Twyman -.Vinyl Design
  • 14. HTTP://WWW.ECONOMIST.COM/BLOGS/GRAPHICDETAIL/2012/09/DAILY-CHART-13 Found via Flowing Data - „Here is today“ is a concept/idea by Luke Twyman -.Vinyl Design YES!
  • 15. HTTP://WWW.ECONOMIST.COM/BLOGS/GRAPHICDETAIL/2012/09/DAILY-CHART-13 Found via Flowing Data - „Here is today“ is a concept/idea by Luke Twyman -.Vinyl Design YES!
  • 16. CAN WE ADAPT THIS CONCEPT TO LET USERS EXPLORE PAST EVENTS?
  • 17. PROTOTYPE
  • 18. whywhatwhen.jplusplus.org
  • 19. WRAP-UP TELL STORIES FROM ARCHIVE IN STEPS RADICALLY REDUCED INTERFACE VISUALIZE „WHEN“ CLEARLY POTENTIAL USES USE TEMPLATE FOR AUTOMATIC TIMELINES USE TEMPLATE FOR EDITED TIMELINES (E.G. ONLY CONTENT THAT IS VERIFIED)
  • 20. CHALLENGE FOR MEDIA ARCHIVES: IS THE ARCHIVE META DATA SUPPORTING EXTRACTION OF „NUGGETS“ OF INFORMATION? REMEMBER THIS?
  • 21. THANK YOU!