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Gulp for cross-newsroom workflows

By Seth Blanchard

At the Post we make a lot of great interactive graphics. Most of these are built as static html pages. It’s a great way for our incredibly talented graphics team to work. They have flexibility to design and build the approach that is best for telling the story.

Introduction to PageBuilder, Our Rendering Engine

By Timothy Kim

There is no one-size-fits-all tool for creating content. At The Washington Post we use different tools for writing stories, managing recipes, and creating quizzes. Moreover, there isn’t a single uniform presentation for every piece of content within a particular family (like stories): a photo essay could, and probably should, look and feel different than a national security exposé.