Here are some examples of interactive websites… Share some links in the comments so our class can see more examples!
Rent vs. Own – The New York Times was featured during a couple of sessions during a conference stretch. This interactive graphic was mentioned.
The Oscars Dashboard – This was interactive and awesome during the 2011 Oscars. There was extra coverage during all commercial breaks and after the Oscars ended.
Super Bowl Panoramics - The Pittsburg Post-Gazette had these interactive views into the Super Bowl.
Ethnic Mosaic – The Boston Globe took a rich number of statistics and turned it into an interactive map.
Casualties of War – This is a simple and deeply informative infographic on the military members who have died in Iraq.
MediaStorm – Spend time on this site and see the many different ways to see/read/experience the stories.
Losing Louisiana – Deeply interactive piece about damage post-Katrina and Rita. Great example of how a map can take you to so many places.
Being a Black Man – An interactive look at what it means to be a black man in today’s society.
MSNBC’s Multimedia Page - MSNBC tends to have good stuff from time to time.
Mercury News Launch Page – This takes you to all kinds of interactive stories from the San Jose Mercury News
Chicago Everyblock – The ultimate mashup of Chicago’s crime data… But now it’s a national project owned by MSNBC. Originated by Adrian Holvaty who built it with a grant from the Knight Foundation.