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Like online news? Like web design? Check out this General Assembly event

Designers from the Washington Post, NPR and VOA will talk about what it takes to be a media coder.

At General Assembly in D.C. (Photo via Twitter)

Aspiring designer, looking to work with news?
General Assembly has got an all-star lineup for you at this upcoming event.
A panel discussion on designing for news is set to take place next Tuesday, Aug. 30. According to organizers, the event will cover “key events, companies, people, current issues, and career paths in the industry.” Attendees will get the chance to hear from Kaytee Nesmith, a senior product designer at NPR, Chris Ballard, a product designer at the Washington Post and Stephen Mekosh, a web designer and developer at Voice of America.
Just want to hear about what it’s like to work in the intersection of design and news? Go check it out — the event is free.

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