NARRATIVE SPACES
MWUX
October 19th, 2013
@christianeckels
PRESS ASSISTANT
Our research writes our script.  
NARRATIVE SPACES
MWUX
October 19th, 2013
@christianeckels
OPERA
NARRATIVE
Narrative
Narrative
= Telling of Events
Narrative
= Telling of Events =
Design
WHAT’S A DIRECTOR?
Users are our captive audience.
DESIGNERS
&
DIRECTORS
LOOK AND FEEL
Choreography
Scenery
Stage Mechanics
Dancers
Costumes
Technicians
Actors
Lighting
Orchestra
Singers
Props
Sound...
Where do we find our Narrative?
NARRATIVE & USER RESEARCH
MENTAL MODELS
+
+
=
Narrative
NARRATIVE
NARRATIVE
Design for processes, not for tasks.
MISE EN SCÈNE
PLACE MAKING
“We are physical beings: the very idea of space, of embodiment,
shapes the way we perceive reality.”
Andrea ...
Elements and their Relationships assume Significance.
MISE EN SCÈNE
The screen is our mise en scène.
Wire Frames
User Engagement
Graphic Design
Interactions
Workflows
Call to Action
Transitions
Elements
Content
Nod...
REPETITION AND CALLBACK
Narrative from User Research
Narrative from User Research
Mise en scène
Narrative from User Research
Mise en scène
Repetition and Callback
@christianeckels
THANK YOU!
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Narrative spaces

Narrative Spaces at MWUX
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  • 1. NARRATIVE SPACES MWUX October 19th, 2013 @christianeckels
  • 2. PRESS ASSISTANT
  • 3. Our research writes our script.
  • 4. NARRATIVE SPACES MWUX October 19th, 2013 @christianeckels
  • 5. OPERA
  • 6. NARRATIVE
  • 7. Narrative
  • 8. Narrative = Telling of Events
  • 9. Narrative = Telling of Events = Design
  • 10. WHAT’S A DIRECTOR?
  • 11. Users are our captive audience. DESIGNERS & DIRECTORS
  • 12. LOOK AND FEEL
  • 13. Choreography Scenery Stage Mechanics Dancers Costumes Technicians Actors Lighting Orchestra Singers Props Sound NARRATIVE TOOLS
  • 14. Where do we find our Narrative?
  • 15. NARRATIVE & USER RESEARCH
  • 16. MENTAL MODELS
  • 17. +
  • 18. + = Narrative
  • 19. NARRATIVE
  • 20. NARRATIVE Design for processes, not for tasks.
  • 21. MISE EN SCÈNE
  • 22. PLACE MAKING “We are physical beings: the very idea of space, of embodiment, shapes the way we perceive reality.” Andrea Resmini
  • 23. Elements and their Relationships assume Significance.
  • 24. MISE EN SCÈNE
  • 25. The screen is our mise en scène.
  • 26. Wire Frames User Engagement Graphic Design Interactions Workflows Call to Action Transitions Elements Content Nodes Tone Text UX MISE EN SCÈNE
  • 27. REPETITION AND CALLBACK
  • 28. Narrative from User Research
  • 29. Narrative from User Research Mise en scène
  • 30. Narrative from User Research Mise en scène Repetition and Callback
  • 31. @christianeckels THANK YOU!

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