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Popular Methods for Online Storytelling

This article was originally, and in full length, published on Six Revisions. Please visit the original source for the entire text, including many more visual examples.

The act of storytelling is present in every culture. Storytelling, when done well, can move people to take action.

The way we tell stories has evolved drastically over time. We constantly find new methods for preserving and sharing our stories: From drawings on cave walls, verbal recounting passed down from generation to generation and songs to more modern ways like newspapers, books, audio and video recordings.
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2013_06_20_featured UX Videos

Interview with Jared Spool

I had the privilege of visiting Jared Spool at his North Andover, Massachusetts office and interview him about getting buy-in for UX research. The challenge of getting buy-in for research takes form in two ways: one, when stakeholders refuse to sponsor research to begin with, and two, if they do sponsor it, they refuse to act on research results since they contradict their intuitions, opinions, or expectations.
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2013_04_18_featured UX Videos

Interview With Giff Constable, Managing Director At Neo

The seeds for this interview were planted when Giff Constable, a Managing Director at Neo NYC and a co-organizer of the Lean Startup meetup in New York, witnessed a heated online discussion I have had with UX practitioners. We argued about working with startups and why I thought a startup does not need a UX person. Giff took my side and we agreed we should meet and talk. The result of this pact is in front of you.
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2013_03_video_featured Design

10 Ways How Video Can Improve The User Experience

We love to get entertained. That’s why we like going to the movies, listening to cabaret shows, or visiting concerts. If we had a choice, our entire lives would be focussed much more on enjoyment, rather than dealing with all the serious stuff. Online we are no different. Sure, most of the time, we have a goal and probably some virtual time frame for reaching it. But what we really want is to have fun and to enjoy ourselves — of course while solving all our problems on the side.
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