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  1. The data will improve rockets

    Narratives shape our journeys through data, and those stories don’t have to be complicated to have a huge impact. All you have to do is think about your audience – your companions – and where you want to take them.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap 3 years ago

  2. Spacelog & story patterns: How to design experiences like you would a good book

    We talk a lot about narrative and story, but what exactly is a story? What makes it move you? Starting with Spacelog.org, a brief look at some simple story patterns to make digital experiences that can inspire the soul.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap 3 years ago

  3. The diary of Samuel Pepys: Telling a complex story online

    Exploring the ten year project to publish, collaboratively annotate and explain the 17th century diary on the web, and bring a historical character to life on Twitter.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap 3 years ago

  4. Information architecture patterns

    We have patterns for buildings, patterns for interaction design, and patterns for software development. But are there patterns for information architecture? Of course there are - patterns emerge from use, and there certainly are enough information architectures around to identify a set of patterns.This presentation will describe a wide range of commonly-used information architecture patterns, including hierarchies small and large, different types of database structure, hypertext, subsite models, sites with multiple entry points and ways of combining these. For each Donna will describe the core elements of the pattern, discuss the most appropriate uses and show real-world examples. Understanding the different patterns will help attendees to select the most appropriate structures for their content.

    —Huffduffed by briansuda 3 years ago

  5. Information architecture patterns

    We have patterns for buildings, patterns for interaction design, and patterns for software development. But are there patterns for information architecture? Of course there are - patterns emerge from use, and there certainly are enough information architectures around to identify a set of patterns.This presentation will describe a wide range of commonly-used information architecture patterns, including hierarchies small and large, different types of database structure, hypertext, subsite models, sites with multiple entry points and ways of combining these. For each Donna will describe the core elements of the pattern, discuss the most appropriate uses and show real-world examples. Understanding the different patterns will help attendees to select the most appropriate structures for their content.

    —Huffduffed by skillswap 3 years ago