FÔR                  A digital magazine for youth 1 gi fôr (I) f- hestene / f- opp en gris oppdrette / f- opphavrenbruke o...
Abstract •   A digital magazine for the iPad •   Purpose: To inform the reader about events     and issues in the world • ...
iPad       •   Tablets are growing fast       •   98% of Norwegian Market share       •   Mature platform       •   Conven...
Research question«Hvordan kan jeg ved hjelp av visuellkommunikasjon bidra til å informere,inspirere og tilrettelegge for a...
Content examplesBrie!ng: The Euro CrisisDeforestation in LiberiaThe Arab SpringThe tsunami in Japan, one year laterForeign...
Content sizeArticles are longer than what you !nd in mostnewspapersAround 3 long articles per issueSome shorter articlesAl...
AnatomyExample: Esquire Magazine                            Menu                            Content                       ...
Creating engagement— through gami!cation•   Badges, levels and points•   Quizes and missions•   Achievements = Rewards
Visual presentation      User interface
Navigation •   The most important part of a digital     magazines interface •   An integral part of the users mental map
Structure
Structure            ?
Navigational tools•   Lots of ways to do it•   These are the most popular
+
InterfaceContent
Structure •   Home - Library and dashboard •   Cover - Each issue has a cover •   Articles - The main part of the magazine
Structure            FÔR      OVERSKRIFT                     OVERSKRIFT                                          OVERSKRIF...
Visual presentation       Sketches
Clean Monday (Greek:          ∆       ), also known as Pure Monday, Ash      Monday, Monday of Lent or Green Monday, is th...
Hvorfor redder viikke verden?Mens avisene skriver at vi har hundre måneder på å redde jordk-loden, forblir vi upåvirket. O...
Afrika / Eritrea                           Giro d’eritrea                   Med utkastelser risik-                   erer ...
Afrika / Liberia                                Liberias skoger i                                fattigdomsfelle          ...
Whats next?•   Prototyping with Katachi•   Continue working with the visual direction•   Sketching more articles with di"e...
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
Visuellpresentasjon 2211
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  1. 1. FÔR A digital magazine for youth 1 gi fôr (I) f- hestene / f- opp en gris oppdrette / f- opphavrenbruke opp som fôr 2 forsyne med sto", opplysninger vi er blitt f-t med sto" omforurensning / f- en datamaskin med opplysninger
  2. 2. Abstract • A digital magazine for the iPad • Purpose: To inform the reader about events and issues in the world • Target group: Norwegian youth (15-19 years old)
  3. 3. iPad • Tablets are growing fast • 98% of Norwegian Market share • Mature platform • Conventions
  4. 4. Research question«Hvordan kan jeg ved hjelp av visuellkommunikasjon bidra til å informere,inspirere og tilrettelegge for at ungdom skal bliinteresserte i hva som skjer i verden i dag?»«Hvordan kan jeg utnytte de mulighetene et touchgrensesnitt tilbyr for åskape en interaksjon som er intuitiv, engasjerende og egnet til å formidleinnhold?»
  5. 5. Content examplesBrie!ng: The Euro CrisisDeforestation in LiberiaThe Arab SpringThe tsunami in Japan, one year laterForeign forces pulling out of Afghanistan, whatnow?
  6. 6. Content sizeArticles are longer than what you !nd in mostnewspapersAround 3 long articles per issueSome shorter articlesAll articles have background information
  7. 7. AnatomyExample: Esquire Magazine Menu Content Navigation
  8. 8. Creating engagement— through gami!cation• Badges, levels and points• Quizes and missions• Achievements = Rewards
  9. 9. Visual presentation User interface
  10. 10. Navigation • The most important part of a digital magazines interface • An integral part of the users mental map
  11. 11. Structure
  12. 12. Structure ?
  13. 13. Navigational tools• Lots of ways to do it• These are the most popular
  14. 14. +
  15. 15. InterfaceContent
  16. 16. Structure • Home - Library and dashboard • Cover - Each issue has a cover • Articles - The main part of the magazine
  17. 17. Structure FÔR OVERSKRIFT OVERSKRIFT OVERSKRIFT OVERSKRIFT Hvorfor redder vi ikke verden? SØR-AMERIKA/ARGENTINA Den tredje veien ASIA / KINA Markeds- leninismen lever
  18. 18. Visual presentation Sketches
  19. 19. Clean Monday (Greek: ∆ ), also known as Pure Monday, Ash Monday, Monday of Lent or Green Monday, is the first day of the Eastern23% Orthodox Christian and Eastern Catholic Great Lent. It is a movable feast that occurs at the beginning of the 7th week before Orthodox Easter Sunday. e common term for this day, "Clean Monday", refers to the leaving behind of sinful attitudes and non-fasting foods. It is sometimes called "Ash Monday," by analogy with Ash Wednesday (the day when the Western Churches begin Lent). e term is often a misnomer, as only a small subset of Eastern Catholic Churches practice the Imposition of Ashes. e Maronite Catholic Church is a notable Eastern rite that employs the use of Ashes on this day. Liturgically, Clean Monday—and thus Lent itself—begins on the preceding (Sunday) night,[1] at a special service called Forgiveness Vespers, which culminates with the Ceremony of Mutual Forgiveness, at which all present will bow down before one another and ask forgiveness. In this way, the faithful begin Lent with a clean conscience, with forgiveness, and with renewed Christian love. e entire first week of Great Lent is often referred to as "Clean Week," and it is customary to go to Confession during this week, and to clean the house thoroughly. Fakta e theme of Clean Monday is set by the Old Testament reading appointed to be read at the Sixth Hour on this day (Isaiah 1:1-20), which says, in part: Wash yourselves and ye shall be clean; put away the wicked ways from your souls before Mine eyes; cease to do evil; learn to do well. Seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, consider the fatherless, and plead for the widow. Come then, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: ough your sins be as scar- let, I will make them white as snow; and though they be red like crimson, I will make them white as wool (vv. 16–8). Clean Monday is a public holiday in Greece and Cyprus, where it is celebrated with outdoor excursions, the consumption of shellfish and other fasting food[2], a special kind of azyme bread, baked only on that day, named "lagana" (Greek: ) and the widespread custom of flying kites. Eating meat, eggs and dairy products is traditionally forbidden to Orthodox Chris- tians throughout Lent, with fish being eaten only on major feast days, but shellfish is permitted in European denominations. is has created the tradi- tion of eating elaborate dishes based on seafood (shellfish, molluscs, fish roe etc.). Traditionally, it is considered to mark the beginning of the spring season, a notion which was used symbolically in Ivan Bunins critically ac- claimed story, Pure Monday. People on Clean Monday usually take their picnic baskets and put inside fasting foods because it is the day that Lent begins. e happy, springtime atmosphere of Clean Monday may seem at odds with the Lenten spirit of repentance and self-control, but this seeming contradic- tion is a marked aspect of the Orthodox approach to fasting, in accordance with the Gospel lesson (Matthew 6:14-21) read on the morning before, which admonishes: When ye fast, be not, as the hypocrites, of a sad countenance: for they disfig-
  20. 20. Hvorfor redder viikke verden?Mens avisene skriver at vi har hundre måneder på å redde jordk-loden, forblir vi upåvirket. Om vi resirkulerer papir og sluttermed tøymykner, er vi ikke innstilte på å gjennomføre de storeSpørsmålet som etterhvert presser seg frem er: Hvorfor bryr vioss ikke? Vi ser på oss selv primært som kulturprodukter, som lever innenfor en vestlig humanistisk innenfor denne boblen åpner vi ikke opp for en - -statuetten sa han at miljøkampen ikke er et politisk, men et mor-alsk spørsmål.For å forstå hvor viktig dette utsagnet er, må vi først se nærmere
  21. 21. Afrika / Eritrea Giro d’eritrea Med utkastelser risik- erer man bare å flytte problemet til et annet område, eller dytte leietakerne lengre ut i fattigdommen.
  22. 22. Afrika / Liberia Liberias skoger i fattigdomsfelle Liberia er det mest skogkledde landet i Vest-Afrika. Det er også ett av de fattigste landene i verden, så Li- berias politikere er under press for å øke inntektene fra skogene. Har de råd til å bevare dem? Liberia Det nasjonale programmet for fattigdomsreduksjon spår at inntek- tene fra skogbruket vil øke fra tre millioner kroner i 2008 til 84 mil- lioner kroner i 2010. Samtidig kjemper naturvernere for å bevare sko- genes mangfold. Alex Peal virker noe malplassert bak det store skrivebordet inne på det luftkondisjonerte kontoret. Han var en av pionerene bak Liberias naturvernbevegelse tidlig på 1980-tallet, og var med på å etablere landets eneste nasjonalpark, Sapo National Park. Den er fortsatt i stor grad intakt, selv etter en 14 år lang borgerkrig. Parken huser truede som betraktes som hellige av en lokal stamme. Regnskogen i Øvre sted. Alex Peal har lagt tiden ved frontlinjen bak seg, og leder i dag organ- isasjonen Conservation Internationals prosjekter i Liberia. Han bruker mye av sin tid i møter på høyt nivå, som med Hillary Clinton og andre internasjonale ledere. Hans håp er at strategiske internas- jonale partnerskap vil kunne sikre videreføring av livsverket hans.
  23. 23. Whats next?• Prototyping with Katachi• Continue working with the visual direction• Sketching more articles with di"erent content• Working out more ideas for rich content

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