Brian Honigman: "Instagram Video launched on June 20th and since then there’s been a constant debate as to whether Facebook’s Instagram or Twitter’s Vine is doing better and which will come out on top as the “go-to” social video app."
MIT Open Documentary Lab:: "In the second part in this series, Elaine McMillion talks about her work, mainly focusing on her interactive documentary Hollow, a “hybrid community participatory project and interactive documentary” that uses HTML5 to depict a West Virginia community via video, photography, soundscapes and interactive data."
Alissa Quart: "By pulling us away from Twitter, texts, e-mails, pointless videos and all the other technological distractions demanding attention, “Homeland,” “Mad Men” and “Breaking Bad” provide a coherent (albeit sometimes disturbing) refuge from our fragmented lives."
...If you bring qualified traffic (prospects, job candidates, etc.) to your site and they like what they see, they want to know how to contact you. Yet, few companies capitalize on this real estate to tell their story and continue fortifying the brand.
You do have to be conscious of making it easy for the user. If someone clicks for the contact page, you don’t want the experience to turn into a “Where’s Waldo?” episode.
Still, there are simple ways to balance contact information with applying storytelling techniques to the page.
You can see how we approach this on our own contact page below....
[A smart, simple way to add value to your content page with some creative storytelling. ~ Jeff]
Eddie Rehfeldt: "Breaking News: the search for a better narrative format for the internet is now available. Ben Decker once said “the internet is not just another TV pipe” and this was made apparent at SXSWi in Austin last week."
MIT Open Documentary Lab: "The first [in] our series of interviews with digital storytellers, realized in collaboration with Filmmaker, here are the team behind the interactive storytelling platform Zeega."
Colin Marshall: "With as much vehemence as Godard has aired his grievances about how the forces of story, plot, and narrative hopelessly and perversely distort artistic truth, Burns declares his acceptance and even admiration of that element of storytelling."
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