Annenberg Media for Amazon Alexa:
What is your newsroom already doing that your audience might want to hear on Alexa? (Medium, 2018): In my final semester at USC, I was on a team of students and faculty that created an Alexa skill for Annenberg Media, the second largest student-led newsroom in the country. I assisted with the development and led the research (surveys, social media outreach, audience engagement) and production (reporting, tracking, scripting, editing) of the skill.
Interactive journalism projects:
The Ugly Side of Beauty for Women of Color (2018): My graduate school capstone project on how chemicals in beauty products affect women of color. I reported, wrote and coded the project.
A Dying Oasis: The Palms of Los Angeles (2017): A project on the dying palms trees of LA. I coded the website and reported on the story on my own.
Modern Jane Fonda (2017): A story about the influx of female fitness influencers on social media. I coded the website and reported on the story by myself.
Digitally Curating Los Angeles (2017): A project on the way museum curation in Los Angeles is affected by social media. I coded the website and was a reporter on the story.
socially-accessible (2016): My capstone project during my senior year. socially accessible focused on the ways users with disabilities navigated social media.
Debris Documentation (2016): This was a collaborative project on the design of a trash can to a smart trash can.
dallas memories (2015): a short-term project based on memories of people living in Dallas. A survey was handed out via Google Forms and users were asked to fill out their favorite memories in Dallas. The project is representation of the data.