Words have never looked so beautiful before. When using CartoDB turn plain text into stunning visualizations that capture the minds and eyes of your readers. More than 80 media channels use CartoDB to visualize stories all around the world. From The Washington Post, Wall Street Journal, and Los Angeles Times — CartoDB’s visualizations make insights easier to understand.
Using infowindows, density overlays, and animated maps, among others, CartoDB is the solution that brings your stories to life.
CartoDB in collaboration with The Telegraph has put together a 90-minute webinar geared toward journalists with beginner to intermediate map making skills. The webinar will cover various topics from map design, design theory, preparing data, and creating insightful and easy to understand text, legends, and infowindows.
Save your seat for CartoDB’s & The Telegraph’s “Techniques for Journalists to Get the Most Out of CartoDB,” a free webinar on Wednesday, August 26 at 10:30 a.m. EST.
No coding skills are required but we will be touching on advanced CartoCSS and basic HTML.
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