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2011 Austin SBS | Jesse Thomas, Visual Storytelling
 

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Jesse Thomas discusses Visual Storytelling at SBS2011.

Jesse Thomas discusses Visual Storytelling at SBS2011.

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    2011 Austin SBS | Jesse Thomas, Visual Storytelling 2011 Austin SBS | Jesse Thomas, Visual Storytelling Presentation Transcript

    • Hi!
    • the relationships between data visualization and visual storytelling in the age of social
    • The Landscape
    • yesterday today tomorrow
    • 15,000 websites ending in .com in 1992 websites ending in .com in 1992
    • 90,000,000+ websites ending in .com today websites ending in .com today
    • a gift and a curse insert building block slides
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    • The Challenge
    • The growth of the internet encourages data visualization
    • traffic on the cyber highway today tomorrow
    • “we want it to go viral” - Client X
    • you the world vs
    • The Opportunity
    • Twitter is not just a journaling of events ; Twitter is theatre.
    • The real-time stream of social media lends itself to the development of characters
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    • The Process
    • Growth has provided building blocks for creating new and exciting experiences
    • cut from source
    • pre cut wood
    • Home Depot
    • tweet = creator of tweet (name, twitter handle) <140 character tweet (time of tweet) users that have retweeted (name, twitter handle, time of retweet)
    • photo = Multiple Sizes (sometimes limited to thumbnail) User who submitted photo and when
    • digg = url #X of diggs who submitted the link, first and subsequent tags # of comments
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    • Social Media APIs are like TOFU
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    • my recipes
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    • The Historical Playbook
    • numbers have always been a big part of storytelling
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    • the media , military , finance and individual expression have always been on the front lines of information design
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    • 126th Observation Squadron, Wisconsin “the Badger state”
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    • using a map as an interface
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    • How We Bring it to Life
    • live feed for events, installations etc
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