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!F Lab episode 1: StoryBooster

17 May

When stories go interactive it is not only the story that gets fragmented, but the whole production process that needs to accept a new redistribution of roles and creative responsibilities. We now have to include some crucial new players: the designers, the creative technologists, the coders, of course, but also the users – which are now active […]

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 […]

London’s new Interactive Factual Narrative meetup!

13 Nov

London’s first Interactive Factual Narrative meetup took place yesterday night at the Centre for Creative Collaboration (great name for a meetup location, no?). We where about 25 people, coming from all sorts of backgrounds (journalists, anthropologists, designers, sound editors, filmmakers, television producers, UX, artists…. it was refreshingly varied!) and all curious about how to bring […]

brainstorming for “purpose”

8 Oct

I have just spent some time with Chaka Films brainstorming on the purpose of their current i-docs project: Quipu. Quipu is one of REACT’s Future of Documentary Sandbox projects, they have started research and pre-production and they are now defining their interactive proposition: what will the website look like? which function should it cover? what […]