Friday, March 11, 2016
Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories looks at how The Wall Street Journal is approaching Snapchat, the American Press Institute's guide to data journalism, how The New York Times is succeeding at mobile first, Condé Nast's plans to open a digital innovation center, and more.
The Wall Street Journal loves Snapchat, but there have been some lessons learned: view editions as a whole, optimize for the platform, and understand you’re in it for the long haul.

Data journalism—and how it benefits editorial teams—is the topic of a just released guide that delves into all facets of the emerging practice, including its evolution, strategies and best practices, how to avoid pitfalls, and more.

The New York Times’ mobile Page One stands out as a model for how to do digital right, and “works far better to keep us informed than newsprint ever could,” says columnist Ken Doctor.

Condé Nast will open a digital innovation center in Austin this summer, serving as an “outpost” for the publisher’s digital teams as well as engineering and product development. It will initially be staffed with about 50 employees.
Infographic of the Week
This week’s infographic pick highlights the top creative trends of 2016, offering a unique look at what kinds of visual media are resonating with digital audiences today.

Adobe Experience Manager Mobile v2016.3: We bring you the latest features, enhancements, and bug fixes in Adobe's new publishing tool.

America's Test Kitchen Case Study: Download details on America’s Test Kitchen’s efforts to better manage its fast growth and expanding volume of cooking- and recipe-related content. 

InDesign CC Tip: Monica Murphy tells you how to easily replace a character with an alternate glyph in InDesign.
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