Lessons from the Wall Street Journal’s WWI Interactive Project

By: Abigail Edge | Journalism.co.uk

The Wall Street Journal today launched one of the biggest digital projects to come out of the outlet’s London branch – an ‘advent calendar-style’ interactive of 100 legacies from the First World War, told through text, video and other digital media.

Journal reporters around the world collaborated on the project, which appears in front of The WSJ paywall and features well-known ‘legacies’ from the Great War, such as armaments and trench warfare, alongside more surprising ones, such as contraception and cartoons.

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