Popathon Berlin

8-9 May 2015

 

#popathon

popathon.org/berlin

This Weekend

Friday

Saturday

Morning

Workshops
Hacking

Afternoon

*Lunch*
Hacking +
Final sprint

Evening

Intro
Lightning Talks
Ideation
*Pizza*
Stand up presentations
Prototype presentations

6 countries

12 events

236 participants

37 prototypes

Enabling an experience

 

using the capability of the web

as a mechanism for narration

 

from the start of the authoring process

Web-native Storytelling

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

Documenting Urban Complexity

How can the complexity of urban space be captured through the web?

No one ever cried at a website

How can we make a story 'stick' by triggering your audience' emotions through the capability of the web?

No one ever cried at an academic paper

When you present a work on the web you are dealing with a greatly shortened attention span – you have minutes at best, before your viewer clicks away to something else – so standard linear narratives aren’t ideal. This is where a little interaction works, just enough to give the user a bit of an investment. Take interaction too far, overuse it, and the experience becomes too open, too user defined, and the authorial voice is lost.

Prototype a story that can only be told on the web

 

Make use of your team's skills

 

connect to a theme

 

Saturday 6pm:

5 min live walk-through

Code on github

Objectives

https://slides.com/phivk/popathon-berlin/

 

https://etherpad.mozilla.org/popathon-berlin

 

Resources

Have Fun!

Popathon Berlin #1

By Philo van Kemenade

Popathon Berlin #1

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