Madison Walls

Washington, D.C.

Design editor

Education: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, BA in journalism

Madison Walls is a design editor at The Washington Post with a focus on developing innovative and immersive storytelling. She joined The Post in 2018 after graduating from UNC Chapel Hill.
Latest from Madison Walls

    Tracking Biden administration political appointees to fill top roles

    Follow the president's progress filling nearly 800 positions, among the 1,200 that require Senate confirmation, in this tracker from The Washington Post and the Partnership for Public Service.

    January 30, 2023

      Warnings of Jan. 6 violence preceded the Capitol riot

      Law enforcement agencies failed to heed mounting warnings of coming violence as Trump propelled his supporters to Washington in a last desperate attempt to overturn the election results.

      October 31, 2021

        What happened on Jan. 6: Trump stands back as rioters breach Capitol

        For 187 harrowing minutes, the president watched his supporters attack the Capitol - and resisted pleas to stop them.

        October 31, 2021

          After Jan. 6, threats and disinformation take hold across the U.S.

          Menacing threats and disinformation spread across the country following the Jan. 6 siege, shaking the underpinnings of American democracy.

          October 31, 2021

          We captured Olympic skateboarder Heimana Reynolds’s signature moves with 36 GoPros

          Skateboarder Heimana Reynolds dreamed of the Olympics years before the sport was added to the Summer Games

          July 22, 2021

          Take an interactive ride on the waves with Olympic surfer Caroline Marks ahead of the Games

          Surfer Caroline Marks could become the face of women’s surfing if she can hit a sick wave at the Olympics

          July 20, 2021

          Scale a 50-foot speed climbing wall with Olympic climber Brooke Raboutou in augmented reality

          Lifelong climber Brooke Raboutou carries her family’s competitive legacy as her sport debuts at the 2021 Summer Games

          July 20, 2021

            Laws and customs guide presidential transitions — but some go off the rails anyway

            Trump’s attacks on Biden’s win are unprecedented, but bitterness over losing is nearly as old as the presidency.

            January 15, 2021

              Tracking the 2020 electoral college vote

              President-elect Joe Biden will take another step toward inauguration Monday when members of the electoral college gather in state capitals to cast their ballots for president and vice president. Follow along as states cast their votes.

              December 14, 2020

              As wildfires hit Australia, ocean warming from climate change endangers Tasmania

              Tasmanian Aboriginals faced genocide, and now extreme climate change is threatening what’s left of their culture.

              December 27, 2019