Welcome to the fourth episode of the fourth season of Explore Explain, a long-form video and podcast series about data visualisation design.
In this special episode I am delighted to welcome the editorial team behind Nightingale Magazine, the journal of the Data Visualization Society: Claire Santoro, Emily Barone, Julie Brunet, and Jason Forrest.
This episode was live-recorded on stage as part of Outlier Conference, which took place in Porto in early May 2023. Jason was live in-person for the conversation which was enriched with pre-recorded video contributions from Claire, Emily, and Julie.
We collectively explored the story behind the team’s work on the new Nightingale print magazine, learning about the context, the content, the design, and key reflections from creating the first few issues.
Huge thanks and appreciation to Marília Cunha, Outlier Conference Director, for facilitating the opportunity to deliver this episode as part of the live conference agenda!
Here are links to some of the key references or resources mentioned during this episode:
- Article “Nightingale Magazine, Issue 1 Retro: What We Learned“
- Article: “Behind the Scenes of the First Nightingale Magazine with Its Creative Director“
- Article: “You Asked for It: Nightingale Magazine Issue 1 Alternate Covers“
- A twitter photo thread of #NightingaleInPrint issue 1, from around the 🌎.
- Article: “A Look Inside Nightingale Magazine Issue 2!“
- A special mention to Mary Aviles who was Managing Editor for the first two issues (now succeeded in role by Emily) and who contributed so much to the early story of this magazine’s development.
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