Neal Mann works at the Wall Street Journal as Multimedia Innovations Editor. He tells Interhacktives about what it takes to be a digital innovator.
Import.io (pronounced import-eye-oh) lets you scrape data from any website into a searchable database. It is perfect for gathering, aggregating and analysing data from websites without the need for coding skills.
Don't get caught out. Photo verification is easy and something that every journalist should know how to do...
There are a number of tools allowing you to scrape your own data without knowing code. We'll show you how to scrape with the free version of OutWit Hub.
Hans Rosling is co-founder of the Gapminder Foundation: a not-for-profit organisation which created the infographic software Trendalyzer.
If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to become a modern day journalist with a wide set of skills in terms of data and social, Interhacktives are here to assist you. We are going to share the knowledge we gained during the course of this year during two one-hour-long online tutorials in March.
This afternoon from 5 PM, Interhacktives will live blog from the Online News Association discussion and networking event of 2014.
Wordpress isn't the only option for bloggers. Rachel Banning-Lover teaches you how to use Weebly...
Here's how the Interhacktives got on at The TImes' "Build The News" competition
Welcome to the first Interhacktives podcast, where Zachary Boren and Daniele Palumbo argue over whether Facebook made a good move by purchasing Whatsapp, the free messaging service now used by 450m people worldwide.
Sarah Laitner, Communities Editor at The Financial Times, shares her tips on building a strong online community following the Financial Times' Alphaville's success.
Wannabe Hacks is the foremost community for people looking to enter the world of journalism.
Zachary Davies teaches you how to make maps with Datawrapper...
Managing your email requires a time investment that can be difficult to reconcile with being truly productive; these tools should hopefully help you find a happy balance.
Interhacktives are launching a weekly newsletter that will be packed full of digital journalism content – both from our site and from around the wider web.
The app that will make your writing shorter, bolder and clearer.
oTranscribe is a new web app that promises to make transcription easier for journalists. The application is both an audio player and a text editor, meaning that journalists no longer need two programs open when transcribing an interview.
Anthony Organ says data journalists must combine traditional skills with the numbers...
Each week, thousands of runners and cyclists will use Strava app to race against each other. Billy Ehrenberg looks at how they curated a community built on competition...
Sarah Hartley believes that crowdfunded collaborative journalism platform Contributoria can help restore public trust in journalistic activity.