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Narrative Spaces at MWUX

Narrative Spaces at MWUX


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  • 1. NARRATIVE SPACES MWUX October 19th, 2013 @christianeckels
  • 2. PRESS ASSISTANT
  • 3. Our research writes our script.  
  • 4. NARRATIVE SPACES MWUX October 19th, 2013 @christianeckels
  • 5. OPERA
  • 6. NARRATIVE
  • 7. Narrative
  • 8. Narrative = Telling of Events
  • 9. Narrative = Telling of Events = Design
  • 10. WHAT’S A DIRECTOR?
  • 11. Users are our captive audience. DESIGNERS & DIRECTORS
  • 12. LOOK AND FEEL
  • 13. Choreography Scenery Stage Mechanics Dancers Costumes Technicians Actors Lighting Orchestra Singers Props Sound NARRATIVE TOOLS
  • 14. Where do we find our Narrative?
  • 15. NARRATIVE & USER RESEARCH
  • 16. MENTAL MODELS
  • 17. +
  • 18. + = Narrative
  • 19. NARRATIVE
  • 20. NARRATIVE Design for processes, not for tasks.
  • 21. MISE EN SCÈNE
  • 22. PLACE MAKING “We are physical beings: the very idea of space, of embodiment, shapes the way we perceive reality.” Andrea Resmini
  • 23. Elements and their Relationships assume Significance.
  • 24. MISE EN SCÈNE
  • 25. The screen is our mise en scène.
  • 26. Wire Frames User Engagement Graphic Design Interactions Workflows Call to Action Transitions Elements Content Nodes Tone Text UX MISE EN SCÈNE
  • 27. REPETITION AND CALLBACK
  • 28. Narrative from User Research
  • 29. Narrative from User Research Mise en scène
  • 30. Narrative from User Research Mise en scène Repetition and Callback
  • 31. @christianeckels THANK YOU!