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Stories– yes! I’ve had excellent results in the past few years using a graphic novel approach to communicate project outcomes–showing a client, “here’s what the world would be like if you implemented these ideas.” Follow this link for a good post by Nick Babich on storyboarding and UX, with a nice synopsis of elements for successful storytelling.
This was the world, at this moment, unfiltered, unprocessed.
In Cuba, people share information and content through a person-to-person network, circumventing the country’s internet restrictions. Go people!
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