Category Archives: Storytelling
Tonight I will be attending Defuse: Design for Use “4″. This is the fourth year of a great event I co-founded with my #IxDADublin colleagues back in 2009. I can highly recommend attending not only because it’s the best event … Continue reading
In my last post, I discussed how storytelling has evolved alongside technology allowing storytellers to re-craft compelling tales in emerging media. We journeyed forward through time, starting with one of civilizations first examples of human storytelling: the cave-paintings in Lascaux, France; and ended up in the 20th Century where a plethora of new media like radio and television emerged. Continue reading
Technology Overloaded The modern digital designer is faced with a constantly changing landscape of evolving technologies. In order to keep up with this Digital Technology Explosion we adopt a perpetual state of learning and re-learning, both of the tools that … Continue reading
What’s in a name? There is an old design adage: the more simple a work of design appears, the more time that has been put into it. Genius design aside, us commoner-garden designers must resort to rounds of iterative ideation … Continue reading
It’s not unusual that new media technologies become available before the demand for their use is defined and consistent. As a direct consequence, very often new technologies re-shape the landscape of media offer in a totally unexpected way. Photography took … Continue reading
While I was waiting for the Luas last night, I noticed a User Interface discrepancy on the Red Line Route Map. I know that in reality the order of Luas Stops in Docklands is as follows: George’s Dock > Mayor … Continue reading
Seamus Byrne: What’s the Story? Infusing Website Experiences with Storytelling from webexpo on Vimeo. This video just published today. Really impressed by the overall level of production the WebExpo2010 conference in Prague and already looking forward to next years!
Nollaig Shona Dhuit! The Graphic Mint team gather round the proverbial open fire (complete with roasted chestnuts) and sing a wee holiday ditty, to warm your cockles this Yule-tide! Wishing you all many magic moments!!!