The Art of Storytelling

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An inspiring look at creating an emotional connection with a user by looking at what makes up a great story.

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The Art of Storytelling

  1. The Anatomy of a Story The 4 Must Have’s
  2. Understanding the user goals gives us a roadmap of sorts that we can utilize throughout the project.
  3. Every project has roadblocks. Be it technical limitations or just the variables of the unknown every project has the ability to exist within some kind of tension.
  4. Resolution brings Clarity to the story
  5. It’s not just about the story but also how the story is told that matters
  6. It’s that emotional connection we have with the end product.
  7. It’s the Magic behind the memorable moments that leave such lasting impressions
  8. It’s about the Art and Science of the Experience. Not either or, but both living and breathing together to create truly remarkable stories.
  9. Creating Experiencesworth coming back to!
  10. GREAT STORIES ARE ALL AROUND US!
  11. And in order to truly innovate we must first have understanding
  12. DISCOVERY. DESIGN. DEVELOP. DEPLOY
  13. It’s about discovering the story
  14. We target the “perpetual intermediate” Three user types (beginner. Intermediate. Expert.) The Perpetual Intermediate is the user who keeps coming back and represents the core user base across the board. Not an expert and not a beginner but someone that finds themselves somewhere in the middle. This segment is a huge population of online application users
  15. It’s about Goals not Features
  16. All good stories are about having an intimate connection with the lead character. In order to design and develop truly remarkable online experiences we must first understand the user and their goals.
  17. Your initiatives + market leading tools = great experiences
  18. “Design creates stories, and stories create memorable experiences, and great experiences have this innate ability to change the way in which we view our world.”
  19. Christian Saylor Christian.saylor@universalmind.com Twitter: christiansaylor

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