The Post’s Joe Fox joins Design and style Department
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Announcement from Inventive Director for the newsroom Greg Manifold, Deputy Design Editor Matt Callahan, Deputy Style and design Director Amy Cavenaile and Deputy Style and design Director Brian Gross:

We are happy to announce that Joe Fox has joined the Structure Office on the news progress staff.

Joe, who has labored on the Graphics team due to the fact joining The Post, is a proficient developer, reporter and collaborator — showcasing these skillsets with mapping, 3D renderings, and game titles. Joe’s function has been acknowledged by industry corporations like the Modern society for Information Structure and the Malofiej awards (including a gold medal at Malofiej for “What Continues to be of Bear’s Ears”).

Joe’s resourceful and quick approach to visualizing the news has been a marvelous addition to our report. Early in the pandemic, they were instrumental in outlining how numerous clinic programs could be confused by covid people. When the Mueller report was unveiled, they produced a scannable explainer that unpacked far more than 900 redactions. And not too long ago, Joe visualized how a broad adoption of daylight saving time would press sunrises late in the morning for some components of the nation.

In their job on the information advancement team, they will do the job with the Style and Graphics departments on bold storytelling efforts and support to construct and componentize our storytelling attempts.

Joe is a Cleveland native and Ohio College graduate. They joined The Article in 2018 just after stints at the Fairbanks Daily Information-Miner and the Los Angeles Times. They stay in Capitol Hill with their spouse, Nicolien, and two animals.

Please be part of us in congratulating Joe, who’ll be transitioning to this new role on Monday.