#BDF14

12-13 September 2014

Philo van Kemenade @phivk

Gilles Pradeau @LearningToCount

#popathon - popathon.org




 Hello Brighton 

 This Weekend 

Friday

Saturday

Morning

Hacking

Afternoon

*Lunch*
Hacking +
Final sprint

Evening

Intro
Brainstorm in teams
*Pizza*
Stand up presentations
Prototype presentations
Awards

 Web-Native storytelling 




A way of enabling an experience

using the capability of the web
as a mechanism for narration

from the start of the authoring process





 Examples 










 Chaptered 


 The Guardian - Firestorm 









 Multi-Layered 


 Alma - A Tale of Violence Web doc









 Multi-Layered 


 Submarine - Last Hijack 









 Participatory 











 Participatory 


 Do Not Touch - Crowd-sourced music video










 Dynamic 


 Eva Domínguez, Gerado García, Juan Gomis, 
 Andreu Meixide, Berto Yáñez 









 Dynamic 











 Personal 


 takethislollipop.com - I Dare You 







 Guest Talk 

 Popathon Objectives 


Make use of your team's skills

Prototype a story that can only be told on the web

5 min live walk-through

Code on github

a word on methodology



 Links, Tools, Tips, etc 








 Collaboration 

Get ready for the unexpected



Be prepared for a chaotic experience

Be willing to experiment!

Be collaborative and

respect what your team has built!

Test it again and again

Fail earlier, succeed sooner

Don't forget to rest!


Prototypes are a low-cost, efficient way to ensure solutions work


Different skills – collective wisdom



Understand and visualise, or visualise and understand?

Keep

It

Simple and

Stupid





 Have Fun! 

Popathon #BDF14

By Philo van Kemenade

Popathon #BDF14

Slides for Popathon at #BDF14

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