A lot of your audience is likely to find and consume your work on their phones, so it’s worth determining how to present your stories in the most effective way.Continue reading “Week 9: The science of reading online”
There are lots of fun apps and programs you can use to tell interactive stories and add a third dimension to your media work. Start by exploring this collection of really useful web and mobile apps (lots of them streamline the story-making process on a mobile).
Some of following links help you do a bunch of extremely cool things:
- pin stories to a map (here’s a mapped story by a former Diploma student;
- build a dedicated story website;
- design engaging infographics (here’s a really simple one);
- tell before and after stories with photos (here’s a very cool example);
- make VR stories (check out Scene VR below);
- collaborate with other people;
- stay organised.
Simple website builders:
Amazingly simple design:
Interactive images, graphics, and sound:
Tutorials and How-Tos:
Observing the copyright of other writers, photographers, video makers, and illustrators is very, very important when you’re putting together your multimedia project. You may not use just any old photo or illustration you find using Google Image search. Continue reading “Copyright on the Internet”
Media Project covers three vital units of competency. The first is about developing ideas:
- CUAPPR405 Develop and discuss ideas for own creative work.
The additional two units focus more on you working alongside and collaborating with others:
- BSBPMG522 Undertake project work, and
- BSBCRT402 Collaborate in a creative process
Everything is going to be a lot easier if you spend time planning your project. It’s important to establish clear deadlines for yourselves and stick to them.