dreamlectures

David’s point on the The Tuned Drill Down is great. It reminds me of the Andrew Stanton’s “give viewers 2+2” argument for engagement. The idea is peak the curiosity of the Core Experience to encourage users to get into Extra Content which eventually leads them to Tangential Learning. More at around 35 minutes in.

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Reinventing the Graphic Novel for the iPad - Daniel Burwen - SXSW 2012 (by cognitocomics)

Here is a video presentation based off the recorded audio of my 2012 SXSW solo panel. This talk looks at the way we value our media as it transitions from tangible to digital to service, with a case study of the interactive graphic novel CIA : Operation Ajax for the iPad.

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Visual Storytelling on Steroids
This is one slide from an incredible example of how graphic journalists are mashing up audio, photography and illustration to tell complex and in-depth stories.
This piece from Luke Radl focuses on the NATO protests in Chicago last month. Matt Bors of Cartoon Movement notes in an email that this may be the first cartoon in which all the text is in HTML, therefore search engine friendly.
Click through the entire piece, listen to the audio and check out the photos here: http://www.cartoonmovement.com/icomic/38 
P.S. For more great graphics journalism see Susie Cagle’s Tumblr.

This is amazing. 

Smart embedded multimedia and compelling graphic novel approach.

onaissues:

jcstearns:

Visual Storytelling on Steroids

This is one slide from an incredible example of how graphic journalists are mashing up audio, photography and illustration to tell complex and in-depth stories.

This piece from Luke Radl focuses on the NATO protests in Chicago last month. Matt Bors of Cartoon Movement notes in an email that this may be the first cartoon in which all the text is in HTML, therefore search engine friendly.

Click through the entire piece, listen to the audio and check out the photos here: http://www.cartoonmovement.com/icomic/38 

P.S. For more great graphics journalism see Susie Cagle’s Tumblr.

This is amazing. 

Smart embedded multimedia and compelling graphic novel approach.