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Design Space para Jornalismo de Dados

Data Journalism Design Space

Medeiros, Tajla; Souto, Virgínia Tiradentes;

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O Jornalismo de Dados pode ser entendido como uma forma de contar histórias em que os métodos tradicionais do jornalismo são combinados a análise de dados, programação e técnicas de visualização (Appelgren e Nygren, 2014). Apesar do acentuado crescimento da popularidade do Jornalismo de Dados nos últimos anos, as publicações acadêmicas sobre contar histórias de dados (em inglês, data storytelling) ainda são incipientes (Segel e Heer, 2010; Hewett, 2016; Ojo e Heravi, 2018). Neste contexto, o presente artigo busca contribuir com esta área do conhecimento por meio da revisão dos estudos que tratam da ferramenta conceitual design space aplicada às histórias de dados, explorando as opções de design que permeiam a elaboração desses conteúdos.

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Data Journalism can be understood as a way of telling stories in which traditional methods of journalism are combined with data analysis, programming and visualization techniques (Appelgren and Nygren, 2014). Despite the strong growth in the popularity of Data Journalism in recent years, academic data storytelling publications are still incipient (Segel and Heer, 2010, Hewett, 2016, Ojo and Heravi, 2018 ). In this context, the present article seeks to contribute to this area of knowledge by reviewing the studies that deal with the conceptual design space tool applied to the data stories, exploring the design options that permeate the elaboration of these contents.

Palavras-chave: jornalismo de dados, design space, design de informação,

Palavras-chave: data journalism, design space, information design,

DOI: 10.5151/9cidi-congic-1.0095

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Como citar:

Medeiros, Tajla; Souto, Virgínia Tiradentes; "Design Space para Jornalismo de Dados", p. 122-130 . In: Anais do 9º CIDI | Congresso Internacional de Design da Informação, edição 2019 e do 9º CONGIC | Congresso Nacional de Iniciação Científica em Design da Informação. São Paulo: Blucher, 2019.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/9cidi-congic-1.0095

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