Welcome. I’m Fabian Mohr. You’ll find me on Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, Flickr, Google Maps 360, Vimeo, SoundCloud and Pinboard. Read more about me here.

I’m overseeing the interactive team at Zeit Online. Our fields of work cover a wide range. You might have seen one of our storytelling projects in recent years: Fremde Freunde, Eine Nation pendelt, Das geteilte Land or Das neue Leben der Stalinallee, to name a few. We’re also working hard to build better visualization tools for our newsroom. A few recent examples: Our new maps editor, the collections tool, changing the look of Google forms, a template for embedding messenger style conversations or working with ai2html for better looking, detailed maps.

From time to time I’m posting short blog posts. A few samples: Why show dead people in the news? | Street art guide to Friedrichshain | Visiting a former Stasi prison in Berlin | The rice fields of Tam Coc, Vietnam

Awards, grants, jury activities (previous and current): Arthur F. Burns Fellowship/ IJP, Arthur F. Burns Prize, Grimme Online Award, Award of Excellence/ Society of News Design, Information is Beautiful Award, Christophorus-Preis, Pressefoto Bayern (Sonderpreis Serie), Vorjury Deutscher Reporterpreis, Nominierungskommission Grimme Online Award, Jury Lumix-Multimedia-Award, Jury AppArtAward, ZKM.

All Flickr photos licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. Feel like remixing? Start with the Street Art album.

Contact: DM me on Twitter. No PR, please.