Following what is happening around the world can be tough for even the most avid individuals, but Coda is a news platform that hopes to change that -- at least when it comes to keeping track of long-term crises. Designed by a team of journalists from the likes of the BBC and the New York Times alongside San Francisco design firm Method, this news platform publishes deep dives on just a few conflicts in the world.
Considering how many world issues fall off the radar after the initial whirlwind of media attention it receives, this news platform can help people who truly care get the information and updates they are expecting to receive. Organizing the content by themes, Melissa Clark, client services lead at Method and Ilan Greenberg, co-founder at Coda, note, "It's great because it allows us to follow events both thematically and chronologically, and to track trends rather than just events."
Coda is Designed to Track Long-Term Crises
1. Long-term Crisis Tracking - Advance news and media platforms that focus on tracking long-term crises have the potential to become significant players in the media industry.
2. Thematic Content Organization - Innovative media platforms that organize news content by themes rather than events can offer users a unique and more valuable experience.
3. Deep-dive Journalism - News platforms with deep-dive journalism that go beyond the surface level of conflicts have the potential to attract a highly engaged audience seeking a greater understanding of complex issues.
1. Media - Long-term crisis tracking, thematic content organization, and deep-dive journalism could disrupt the media industry and offer innovative new ways to consume news content.
2. Technology - The development of advanced news platforms that use technology to enhance their long-term crisis tracking and thematic content organization capabilities could transform the way news is consumed and shared.
3. Data Analysis - Platforms like Coda that use data analysis to track and report on long-term crises could revolutionize the data analysis industry, particularly in the area of news and media reporting.