An interview with Lance Weiler

23 Sep

The first chapter of the UX Series was dedicated to open up a debate on whether we should, or should not, use design thinking / UX / agile development / minimum viable product (etc…) methodologies while developing interactive documentaries. Over all creatives seemed to say “yes, of course” but did not really know how, or to which […]

The Learn Do Share (London) experience

10 Sep

Have you ever observed kids playing with lego blocks? Sometimes they start with an idea (I want to build the tallest possible tower), sometimes they invent a story (I am a princess that is getting lost in an enchanted world) and use the blocks as props to visualise the world they want to create, and […]

Doc/Fest 2014: an insider’s view of the Crossover Market

13 Jun

Every edition of Sheffield’s Doc/Fest is different, but for me this year was particularly special because I came with two hats: my usual i-doc observer one, and my new i-doc director/producer one. In other words: this year I presented a project to the Crossover Market and got selected. So, together with Mike Robbins from Helios […]

Webdox 2014: hands-on workshops & inspiration for online storytellers

11 Apr

Here is the great news: this year i-Docs and Webdox are exploring the same areas, but in different ways, and in different places. i-Docs 2014 (Bristol, 20-21th of March) was organised around three themes that seemed topical to us: new production models, how to assess engagement and evaluation and new i-docs territories & platforms. We […]