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Every Site Has A Story
 

Every Site Has A Story

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My view of looking at how to define a site. Finding parallels with film narratives; each audience type being a character to guide through your content.

My view of looking at how to define a site. Finding parallels with film narratives; each audience type being a character to guide through your content.

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    Every Site Has A Story Every Site Has A Story Presentation Transcript

    • Every site has a story. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Hello. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • How’re you doing? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • What web types can learn from The Dark Knight Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • What goes in a site? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • http://www.flickr.com/people/mclii/ Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • More important: What do you leave out? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Why? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • http://www.flickr.com/people/ultrakickgirl/ Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • No, seriously. Why? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • A person’s visit needs a narrative. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Personas... or characters in your site’s story? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Sub-plots, paths cross, there’s a goal and no dead ends. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Why are they at your site? What do you want from them? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Signpost, suggest & give options. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Call to action? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Error pages are opportunities. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Summary: Put everything in an arrange in hierarchy? Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Summary: Make every element justify it’s existence. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Summary: Keep the journey going. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • A good story has a happy ending. Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • http://www.flickr.com/people/fabrisalvetti/ Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009
    • Cheers! http://hereinthehive.com dan@hereinthehive.com http://twitter.com/hereinthehive Dan Donald - BarCampLeeds - May 2009