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Workshop goes mobile

Posted: July 25, 2012 | Tags: Mobile

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Photo by Madeline Beard, Investigative Reporting Workshop

We spent several months working on a new look for our site as more of our readers are viewing us on their phones and tablets. Now mobile users are automatically redirected to mobile pages, and desktop users are automatically directed to desktop pages.

Our team included Matt Blair of PilotLight Studios; Jacob Fenton, our former director of computer-assisted reporting, who is now at the Sunlight Foundation; and Lisa Hill and Eddie Sutton, design consultants.

Our goal was to make the most straightforward, simple presentation possible. But we wanted you to have the same ...

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