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Jonathan Keegan

Brooklyn, NY
Senior Research Fellow, Tow Center for Digital Journalism
Covers:  visual journalism, data visualization, interactive journalism, data journalism, infographics, space, science, technology, design, culture

Visual Journalist. Senior Research Fellow at @towcenter. Used to be @WSJ. I make, scan and print things.

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Biography

I am a Visual Correspondent at The Wall Street Journal. Former interactive designer at WSJ. Recovering illustrator. Designer, coder, maker, Dad. HQ in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

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@jonkeegan — 3,940 followers, 14,085 tweets

@A_L @ProPublica This is such a great podcast. Love the form of the podcast being the output of such a deep investigation. Bravo
RT @mrsslrss: you can hear the new Soccer Mommy (aka @sopharela) album on @nprmusic! i think it's beautiful and it presents a typ… https://t.co/7QihE9qAwe
I'm on board with this. This is important documentation of this senseless human violence. There's clearly a societal numbness to these acts of violence in the US. Perhaps this would jolt the public into action.  https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/02/its-time-to-show-the-carnage-of-mass-shootings.html 
RT @Fahrenthold: Radiologist who treated victims of Parkland shooting saw internal organs obliterated, w/ “nothing left to repair.”  https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/553937/?__twitter_impression=true 
We have multiple robots exploring Mars. We are mastering precision editing of our DNA with CRISPR. But we still have to "eject" hard drives before disconnecting them.
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Gerald Loeb Award

2012 - Online Enterprise
Shared the 2012 Gerald Loeb Award in the Online Enterprise category for my work on WSJ's "JetTracker" news application

Society of Newspaper Designers

2013 - Best of Digital Design
Silver medal and an award of excellence in the data project category for "Grading the Teachers", searchable database of NYC public school teacher (4th-8th grade) report cards issued by the Department of Education. Our project made significant improvements to the City's visualization of the teacher's scores, and used clear easy-to-read design to help illustrate the underlying flaws in the rating system.