• GRAPHICS RESOURCES

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    Graphics Resources

    1. Click on the “Graphics Potential” link. There you will find two written stories. Read each story and brainstorm graphics potential. Consider a graphics strategy for both print and online presentations. Write a brief description of your strategy, and include sketched storyboards where appropriate. Post your finished graphics strategy to your WordPress site. 2. Search […]

  • EXERCISES, VIDEO RESOURCES

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    Video Resources

    1. Open the files in the video-editing program of your choice and edit them into a 30-45 second story. You are free to trim clips and determine how they should be sequenced. When you are finished, save your completed video story. Post the finished video story to your WordPress site. 2. Using a digital video […]

  • EXERCISES, PHOTO RESOURCES

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    Photo Resources

    1. Click the link labeled “Photo Story.” There you will find a collection of 30 photos with captions and an Adobe InDesign template for a print photo story. Choose seven images and captions that will comprise your photo story. Then, use the InDesign template to design a photo story. You are free to modify the […]

  • EXERCISES, NAV & INTERACTIVITY RESOURCES

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    Navigation + Interactivity Resources

    1. Thoroughly examine the multimedia presentation and make a sketch the navigational structure. Then write a one to two page report that answers the following questions: Can you find any dead ends in the navigation structur? If so, where are they located? How would you fix any flaws you find with the navigational structure developed […]

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, PACKAGES

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    Becoming Human

    BecommingHuman.org is a rich explorative website that allows users to dig deep into the topic of human evolution. Content presentations include interactive timelines and graphics, animations, video, and photos. Content is broken into categories and subcategories that provide hours of exploring for the in-depth viewer. IHO’s transdisciplinary strategy for fi eld and analytical paleoanthropological research […]

  • MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES, PACKAGES

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    Got expensive milk?

    This explorative package divides the story topically. Each top-level navigation tab includes a dropdown menu that lists the categories for each main section of the story. Click to link to explorative story package Kristen Gibson, Tom Demeropolis, Mike Groder, and Sean O’Key, Ball State University

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Map: Where Americans are moving

    Forbes map: Where Americans are moving This Forbes emigration map, created using MaPublisher, allows consumers to explore the data to fi nd the story that interests them and email a link to their custom version to a friend. Sense.us (http://Sense.us) takes it a step further. Created by the same people who made Flare, Sense.us allows […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Map: Geography of a recession

    Geography of a recession Graphics editors at The New York Times have perfected data visualization that allows users to modify the appearance of a graphic by selecting different data sets at a time. This graphic uses a choropleth strategy to show the hardest-hit parts of the country. Users can roll over different segments of the […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Map: Food availability in Oakland

    In Oakland, it’s easier to buy booze than bananas Maps are an effective way of explaining data. This example, created by students at Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, explores food availability in the city of Oakland. The red dots are liquor stores, the green boxes are grocery stores and the dark areas on the map […]

  • DATA VISUALIZATION, MULTIMEDIA EXAMPLES

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    Database: Florida’s death row

    Database: Florida’s death row inmates An interactive, searchable database is an easy and effective way to offer large collections of information to consumers. This example lists people sentenced to death in Florida, an issue that many people care deeply about. It’s easy to use and informative. Image courtesy of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel Click to […]

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