On the morning of Wednesday, September 24, Code and Theory led a special 75-minute session at Social Media Week London that explored the convergence of responsive design, social media and the newsroom.
Dan Gardner, Code and Theory's co-founder and Executive Creative Director, UX, kicked off the two-part session with a keynote titled "What Does a Responsive Newsroom Really Look Like?"
"The entire industry needs to re-orient its digital approach to be quicker, nimbler, and more efficient."
Following the keynote, Blundstone Osterberger – Code and Theory's Managing Director, London – moderated a discussion on the state of social media and the news, comprised of digital publishing experts, including the BBC's James Montgomery, The Telegraph's Richard Moynihan, and The Guardian's Tom Grinsted.
What is Social Media Week
Social Media Week London is a week long conference that provides the ideas, trends, insights and inspiration to help people and businesses understand how to achieve more in a hyper-connected world.