At NewsCubed we care about journalism and technology, and how one can help the other innovate. The NewsCube tool is our first contribution in this area, but there are plenty of other opportunities. We are interested in the possibilities of augmented reality, physical computing and the internet of things, for example.
Interaction design is a fabulous field and as the NewsCubed research project progresses, we are learning more about how journalism might benefit from a bit of design thinking. We are keen to bring these methods to other tech-focussed journalism projects through research, teaching or consulting.
The publications list below shows what we’ve been working on on the academic front. In our Resources section you’ll find presentations, videos and other handy downloads. There’s an outline of a funky journalism and interaction design initiative at the University of Queensland, and details of events we’re involved in.
We’d love to collaborate, so if you have a project you think we could be involved in, get in touch:
Doherty, Skye (2015) NewsCubed: journalism through design. Journalism Practice.
Angus, Dan and Skye Doherty (2015) Journalism meets interaction design: an interdisciplinary undergraduate teaching initiative. Journalism and Mass Communication Educator, 70(1): 44-57. doi:10.1177/1077695814563981
Doherty, Skye (2014) Hypertext and journalism: paths for future research. Digital Journalism, 2 2: 124–139. doi:10.1080/21670811.2013.821323
Doherty, Skye (2013) Hypertext and news stories. ITEE Technical Report 2013-03, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, The University of Queensland.