Crafting digital stories.
6 tips for creating meaningful experiences through
innovation in storytelling.
MobileMonday - Ab...
Emotions help to
build relationships
and bind communities,
emotions make stories stick.
Meaningful
Pleasurable
Convenient
Usable
Reliable
Functional
Why?
How?
Grab attention by playing
games with the REASON and
the EMOTIONS.
Reason and Emotion by Disney
Don’t break the emotion by
providing a natural flow.
Like music,
transitions and motion make up a
continuous stream in a v...
# 1
Craft a story that speaks both
to the heart and the mind.
We are telling stories for thousand of years to
survive. The help us inspire, motivate and
understand.
Bulls from Lauscaux...
Story, no interaction.
Toy, no goal.
Puzzle, goal.
Game, you can win.
A story has memorable characters
and surprising conflicts.
Yoda by JonMckenzie
A game has a wonderful
context and universe,
where the protagonist can
tell his own story.
World of Warcraft Blizzard Ente...
# 2
Ideas come from everywhere
and anybody.
Creativity is not one type of
person, but a state of mind.
A restless state of mind with no
time frame, looking for answer...
Learn the tricks
of diverse thinking.
By defining the amount of solutions
before brainstorming.
Separate the time when
thinking of
a. storytelling and
b. functionalities.
# 3
Start finding THE talent.
Because we are what we
repeatedly do. Excellence, it’s
not an act but a habit.
Identify your skills and
complete them by
collaborating with
complementary people
artist, musicians, writers,
producers, d...
Include all decision makers in
your process of creating,
but keep your team as small as possible.
And yes, you can think
outside
company structures.
# 4
Master creative efficiency.
A creative project is not always linked
with budget failure.
Neither does a big budget give you a
creative result. But it ...
Learn to find the best
mentors in the field
and personalize when mastering
their skills.
Steven Spielberg
Choose one of the proven
workflows and stick to the
plan with a perfect balance
between collaboration and...
solitude
Filter your functionalities
down to the minimum and
focus, focus, focus...
until you can optimize the
details.
# 5
Make your project an
interesting press release.
So it triggers influencers to share.
Seek criticism, even at the
start... it stings a bit.
But it helps in the long run.
Look and learn
from peoples (re)actions
towards the first draft,
not from their words.
And when in doubt use
“the popular opinion”.
# 6
Don’t look for the next
opportunity, the one you have
is the opportunity.
Think big, but...
start with small wonders.
Let’s create something
memorable to share.
LittleMissRobot.com
Thank you for appreciating by sharing.
More tips?
Valentijn Destoop
twitter: @quidante
valentijn@littl...
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  1. 1. Crafting digital stories. 6 tips for creating meaningful experiences through innovation in storytelling. MobileMonday - About Games, fun & Serious Games
  2. 2. Emotions help to build relationships and bind communities, emotions make stories stick.
  3. 3. Meaningful Pleasurable Convenient Usable Reliable Functional Why? How?
  4. 4. Grab attention by playing games with the REASON and the EMOTIONS. Reason and Emotion by Disney
  5. 5. Don’t break the emotion by providing a natural flow. Like music, transitions and motion make up a continuous stream in a visual language.
  6. 6. # 1 Craft a story that speaks both to the heart and the mind.
  7. 7. We are telling stories for thousand of years to survive. The help us inspire, motivate and understand. Bulls from Lauscaux Cave, France.
  8. 8. Story, no interaction. Toy, no goal. Puzzle, goal. Game, you can win.
  9. 9. A story has memorable characters and surprising conflicts. Yoda by JonMckenzie
  10. 10. A game has a wonderful context and universe, where the protagonist can tell his own story. World of Warcraft Blizzard Enterainment
  11. 11. # 2 Ideas come from everywhere and anybody.
  12. 12. Creativity is not one type of person, but a state of mind. A restless state of mind with no time frame, looking for answers.
  13. 13. Learn the tricks of diverse thinking. By defining the amount of solutions before brainstorming.
  14. 14. Separate the time when thinking of a. storytelling and b. functionalities.
  15. 15. # 3 Start finding THE talent.
  16. 16. Because we are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, it’s not an act but a habit.
  17. 17. Identify your skills and complete them by collaborating with complementary people artist, musicians, writers, producers, developers, ...
  18. 18. Include all decision makers in your process of creating, but keep your team as small as possible.
  19. 19. And yes, you can think outside company structures.
  20. 20. # 4 Master creative efficiency.
  21. 21. A creative project is not always linked with budget failure. Neither does a big budget give you a creative result. But it help$.
  22. 22. Learn to find the best mentors in the field and personalize when mastering their skills. Steven Spielberg
  23. 23. Choose one of the proven workflows and stick to the plan with a perfect balance between collaboration and...
  24. 24. solitude
  25. 25. Filter your functionalities down to the minimum and focus, focus, focus... until you can optimize the details.
  26. 26. # 5 Make your project an interesting press release.
  27. 27. So it triggers influencers to share.
  28. 28. Seek criticism, even at the start... it stings a bit. But it helps in the long run.
  29. 29. Look and learn from peoples (re)actions towards the first draft, not from their words.
  30. 30. And when in doubt use “the popular opinion”.
  31. 31. # 6 Don’t look for the next opportunity, the one you have is the opportunity.
  32. 32. Think big, but...
  33. 33. start with small wonders.
  34. 34. Let’s create something memorable to share.
  35. 35. LittleMissRobot.com Thank you for appreciating by sharing. More tips? Valentijn Destoop twitter: @quidante valentijn@littlemissrobot.com
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