During my 12 weeks working for Gannet and The Arizona Republic for their project “The Wall” for the USA Today, I was responsible for synchronizing digital map data using mapping software. By logging border fence locations we turned traditional flat maps into interactive digital maps using satellite imagery and federal maps as cross references.
My contribution to the project is here.
Below is an image showing the entire border and where there is/isn’t border fencing.
As an Intern for CW6 here are 10 of my favorite online articles.
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The class had a competition to see who could design the theme/art for our website. I won. My professor was surprised that the brown color scheme worked so well.
My story is about the different types of people who go to museums.
This was a fun project because it allowed me to experience what it would be like if I had to write a story in a newspaper. It was challenging to work with limited space but I am proud of my work.
This took me forever to make but it was worth it. I loved how this turned out. Only thing that is sad is that the information is out-of-date now but at least it provides a snapshot of history. Week of March 13, 2016.
These are a couple of stories that I was able to get published in the Phoenix Business Journal.
The first one is about how lower gas prices caused consumers to spend more during the holidays:
The second one is about how one local car business was being accused of fraud and was on the verge of being held in contempt: