Sunday, January 11, 2015

2014: The Year in Interactive Storytelling, Graphics, and Multimedia

Communication is multimodal
As we move into 2015, most of us find ourselves looking back at the previous year and past experiences. Yet, as in life, "experience" transcends the written word.

We live and communicate through multiple modes such as the written text, oral recitations, visual arts, electronic media, and even non-verbal gestures or movements. While we can write about these things, in the digital age a more effective way of looking back is to utilize the same modes used to publicize important events -events that happened and were reported using a variety of media for delivery.

For an interesting retrospect on 2014, check out the New York Times interactive link:
2014: The Year in Interactive Storytelling, Graphics, and Multimedia

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