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If you’re at ONA, you probably have a smartphone (and then some). But the majority of people around the world — and certain demographics — in the U.S. only have dumbphones, old-school cell phones without internet or data plans. Take our quiz, based on an ONA talk by Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism professor Susan McGregor and a recent Pew Research Center study, to find out if you should be thinking more about designing for phones that only have voice and text capabilities.
Think you have issues? Listen as three ONA attendees share their biggest mistakes and pitfalls. In order of appearance: Robert Hernandez of USC Annenberg, Will Van Wazer of the Washington Post, and John Osborn of EdSource.