The diffusion of procedural literacy and creativity is one of the ways in which diversity and inclusion in digital/playable storytelling can be effected. SIPI is interested in exploring how digital technologies both enable and imperil the proliferation of diverse voices and inclusive spaces in digital and social spaces.
We are interested in how user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) design affordances relate to the content published within digital platforms. How are content producers, digital authors, influenced by the platforms they publish on? Is content shaped by the digital space that holds it? What happens when published content depicts traumatic experiences of rape and sexual violence — content deemed taboo by popular culture, about experiences largely denied by mainstream society? Listen to our four-part mini series and explore our interactive infographics to find out…
RE:Imagining Change is about using stories to “win campaigns, build movements, and change the world.” Written by Patrick Reinsborough and Doyle Canning, who are both co-founders of the Center for Story-Based Strategy in the U.S., they offer research, strategies, tactics, tools and real-world examples of successful social change campaigns. The mix of scholarly research, practical tips and fascinating case studies makes this text useful and engaging for scholars, activists, and the general public. On this page are three infographics, each one focused on those three target audiences. (read more …)
Although its impact is often overlooked, sound and music play a powerful role in shaping our experiences with digital stories. The interplay between narrative, sound effects and music are key to our perception of any form of storytelling.(read more…)