Week in [Read] View | Week of July 13

July 17th, 2015 by Jared

We’re all about attention. Here are a few stories from the week that captured ours. What it’s like to get paid for clicksJack Murtha | Columbia Journalism Review | July 13   (6 min read) “Paying writers per click hasn’t bankrupted news outlets, but detractors claim it has, at times, failed journalism and its practitioners.” 12 Hacks […] Keep reading

Week in [Read] View | Week of July 6

July 10th, 2015 by Jared

We’re all about attention. Here are a few stories from the week that captured ours. The ‘terrifying’ moment in 2012 when YouTube changed its entire philosophyBusiness Insider | Jillian D’Onfro | July 3 (**holiday weekend**)   (6 min read) “After bouts of data collection and analysis coupled with countless meetings, YouTube re-jiggered its search-and-discovery algorithm on March […] Keep reading

Designing Support: Part 2 – Prototype, Build, Iterate

July 9th, 2015 by Sam

This is the second post in a series on how we used the design process to prototype, build, and test a brand new support site. By collaborating with our designers, the Chartcorps (our client support team) was able to create a brand new support site experience from scratch. Last week, my teammate Chris walked us […] Keep reading

Week in [Read] View | Week of June 29

July 2nd, 2015 by Jared

We’re all about attention. Here are a few stories from the week that captured ours. Social Media & Analytics To-Do Lists for Teaching Mobile JournalismMediaShift | Anthony Adornato | June 29   (5 minute read) “A news outlet’s website is important, of course, but it’s increasingly becoming the secondary spot to publish information.” RoboEditor: The Strange New […] Keep reading

Designing Support: Part 1- Understand, Define, Ideate

July 1st, 2015 by Chris

This is the first post in a series on how we used the design process to understand, define, ideate, and build a brand new support site. My favorite part of being on the Chartcorps, our client support team, is that all of my teammates genuinely care about and empathize with our clients. We don’t just […] Keep reading