The House’s vote to impeach President Trump was a monumental day in Washington. Here’s how The Post presented its coverage of the historic moment.
A snapshot of the homepage on Election Night 2018. I managed the layout of this page throughout the night, but my work had begun months prior. What you see here is the result of close collaboration with data journalists and engineers to ensure that our results would be nimble, revenant and unbreakable. And I can’t forget the seemingly endless hours of preparation I put in. In the end, it was a great success.
The explosive revelations from testimony in the House’s impeachment inquiry tested the homepage team and its ability to keep up with the live news. Here’s a snapshot from the first day of testimony.
A confidential trove of government documents obtained by The Post revealed that senior U.S. officials failed to tell the truth about the war in Afghanistan throughout the 18-year campaign, making rosy pronouncements they knew to be false and hiding unmistakable evidence the war had become unwinnable. This presentation includes a custom-coded document explorer and a quote stepper.
The Post asked a simple question: Where do homicides go unsolved? A team of investigative reporters pored over records to try to find out, and produced this exhaustive — and important — piece of journalism.
The homepage presentation of an astounding piece of journalism that looks at Barack Obama’s secret struggle to punish Russia for Vladimir Putin’s assault on the 2016 U.S. election. This presentation features a clickable breakout box of the story’s biggest revelations. It includes a custom audio player that I developed for a special episode of one of The Post’s popular podcasts, “Can He Do That?”
Sari Horwitz tells the story of Sharanda Jones, a first-time, nonviolent offender who was sentenced to life in prison for a single cocaine sentence. This story was one of the eight-part Unwinding the Drug War series. (Update: Jones was granted clemency by President Obama in December 2015.)
This two-part series on the people who are disenchanted by failed promise of the tech revolution was great fun to work on. We decided to pursue a minimalist, stripped-down, and in some ways bleak presentation to match the tone of the stories. It was a great opportunity for me to teach myself about CSS animations — and to hack The Post’s WordPress template.
He’s the last male northern white rhinoceros on the planet, and he lives under armed guard in Kenya. Will he be able to reproduce with one of the few females of his kind? Or will his species vanish into just a memory?
China is investing heavily in building roads and bridges in Cambodia in hopes of currying favor with its neighbor. Part of the China’s Back Yard series that examines the country’s regional power plays.
After the momentous Supreme Court decision upholding same-sex marriage, Robert Barnes takes us back 20 years to give us the context behind the struggle. I’m quite fond of this project, for it was produced on an extraordinarily tight deadline.