Narrative podcasts are story-driven shows, as opposed to interviews or game-show-like recordings. They rely on heavy editing to splice together the right story, pulling from interviews and other recordings, sounds, and music. Many feature a host who narrates the story, almost as if everything else happened in the past.
As part of Recology's Artist In Residence program, San Francisco artists apply for residencies in which they get studio space at Recology's Solid Waste Transfer facility near Candlestick Park, and full scavenging privileges at the dump and recycling centers.
The world seems to be getting a little smaller each day thanks to online communities and social networking. In turn, this “world-wide community has created an international readership for a variety of websites.
Designers must weigh carefully the messages they send to that potentially broad user-base.
One aspect of design that can have far reaching and sometimes unintentional effects on readers is color. Colors have a variety of associations within North American culture alone, and can mean something radically different to Japanese or Middle Eastern readers, where color meanings are frequently much more specific and defined.
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