Digital Storytelling

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Digital Storytelling
Author(s) Rosberg, Emelie
Date 2005
English abstract
The purpose of this paper is to analyze and map out the cyber culture of the Internet and its all users, identity, design theories and services. How people communicate and how they build up their identities are some of the baselines. I will also discuss the important aspects of Interaction design and how this can be used in a Community for digital storytelling. The Internet, or new media, was founded in the 60’s by some great philosophers (McLuhan, Rheingold, Lambert and more). With influence from their books I will discuss and analyze what kind of media the Internet is and how it can be seen as extensions to our senses, as McLuhan claims. Moreover, Interaction design is a big part of this work and I have chosen some relevant Communities which are running on the Net today. What features do they have and how do they work? I have decided some appropriate design theories and I will explain how these web pages can develop a better site according to my new theories. When implementing digital storytelling on the Internet, problems can appear. What do people want for services on a Community and what do they find disturbing? What makes difference between a site for digital storytelling and another community for finding a life partner? I will discuss the differences between these two kinds of sites and develop a project site with all the best parts from all kinds of relevant web sites.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Konst, kultur, kommunikation, K3
Language swe (iso)
Subject(s) Internet
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