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Title: Interactive Infographics in German Online Newspapers
Authors: Zwinger, Sandra 
Zeiller, Michael 
Keywords: interactive infographics;information graphics;information visualization;interaction;data-driven journalism;online journalism;online newspaper
Issue Date: 24-Nov-2016
Publisher: St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences, Institute of CreativenMedia/Technologies
Source: 9th Forum Media Technology 2016
Journal: Forum Media Technology 
Series/Report no.: Forum Media Technology;2016
Abstract: Interactive infographics are increasingly used in online journalism. Especially in data-driven journalism they provide a powerful tool to represent and communicate complex information. On the basis of a content analysis of five German-speaking online newspapers we show which kinds of interactive visualizations are preferred in German-speaking online media. However, users are still unfamiliar with interactive infographics. The results of a user survey demonstrate how readers of online newspapers use interactive infographics. These results point out how users interact with interactive infographics and how they assess the availability and findability of interactive infographics in online newspapers.
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
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