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INFOGRAPHIC: The Science of Storytelling

INFOGRAPHIC: The Science of Storytelling | "Chasing Cyborgs" -Digital Trends, Tools, Usability & Story-telling Secrets | Scoop.it
Brand storytelling is big - and getting bigger. As we're all geeky about the content, stories and ideas that brands publish we thought we'd take a look at the

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Nacho Vega's curator insight, July 3, 5:37 PM

Keep it short!

Edgar Mata's curator insight, July 5, 1:37 PM

Cuenta cuentos

Miguel A. de Jesus's curator insight, July 6, 12:16 AM

Great Infographic about the affects of Storytelling on the Brain .

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Toon Hero Lets You Build Digital Storylines With Famous Characters On The iPad

Toon Hero Lets You Build Digital Storylines With Famous Characters On The iPad | "Chasing Cyborgs" -Digital Trends, Tools, Usability & Story-telling Secrets | Scoop.it
The Toon Hero app is aimed at enabling anyone to create digital storylines with some of their favorite characters from a variety of content owners.

Via Karen Dietz
Juliana Loh's insight:

Ease of use is the order of the day. It's not that you 'can' create stories... the question is 'how' and whether or not your target audience (in this case children) can do it within the realm of their specific capacities. This little platform holds promise. Thanks Karen for highlighting this!

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Karen Dietz's comment, August 9, 2013 5:59 PM
My pleasure Juliana and your points are well taken. I wish I had more time to actually try out each tool I come across. I hope this one works well. I figure if a kid can do it, so can I :) And to your point -- yes, if you know 'how' to craft a compelling story, you will win with this app. So you've got to be a good storyteller first.
Hollie Lancarte's curator insight, August 11, 2013 5:28 PM

Our campus focus of writing has another option here!

Karen Dietz's comment, August 29, 2013 9:48 PM
Great Hollie!
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Visual storytelling and infographics lead to sustainability | ParkHowell.com

Visual storytelling and infographics lead to sustainability | ParkHowell.com | "Chasing Cyborgs" -Digital Trends, Tools, Usability & Story-telling Secrets | Scoop.it
Our business minds are hardwired for story, especially visual storytelling and infographics. Sustainability executives, in particular, should turn climate data into drama with visuals.

Via José Carlos, Hans Heesterbeek
Juliana Loh's insight:

Hans. This link is interesting because i read another article recently that mentioned that inaccurate info presented in infographic style is very rarely questioned. The 'more beautiful' the infographic the more it is deemed valid.

 

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Maria Jose Vitorino's curator insight, August 25, 2013 7:44 PM
We are visually wired: It only takes us 150 milliseconds for a symbol to be processed and just 100 milliseconds to attach a meaning to it.
Hans Heesterbeek's comment, August 28, 2013 1:37 AM
wow that's dangerous when people take the info for granted, so there is a difference in accepting the facts and figures when it is written and as a graphic.
Juliana Loh's comment, August 30, 2013 2:51 AM
Yes. There is a difference. I wish i had that link. I can't find it now but on the other hand, info presented by advertising companies often are the target of skepticism. http://mashable.com/2013/07/03/infographic-advertising-do-you-buy-it/ tho yes.. according to a study done on UX presentation, generally people are far more liable to accept info presented in a graphic form.