A great team with expertise in different areas and a collaborative workflow is usually one of the foundations upon which a great journalism experiment is born. But what if it's just you?
Just because you don't have a lot of resources or colleagues who are able to pitch in, does that mean that you can't build innovative projects?
The team at Hackastory published a guide for individual journalists who wish to start their first innovative experiment, or branch out into a new storytelling style. It includes details on how to set goals and why allocating a set time frame is important, as well as explaining why you should think about your audience every step of the day.
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