This book shows students how to write and design effective, interactive multimedia for CDs and Web sites. It discusses scripting and conceptual development. Its writing and charting techniques make it a practical guide for students, professional writers, producers, and others looking to create meaningful content.
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This is a unique book. While there are a good many how-to titles about content development for multimedia design, Stansberry's tackles writing and conceptual design from a rhetorical, narrative, and associative point of view. Stansberry (multimedia studies, San Francisco State) discusses and illustrates topics such as flowcharting for interactivity; script writing for education, entertainment, and business; and basic information design. This book is about interactive multimedia environments of all sorts, from pure games to informational kiosks to creative online library services. Well illustrated with script excerpts and exercises, the book has a textbook format, but its singularity makes it valuable. Recommended for any person or organization involved in interactive design.
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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Book Description Course Technology, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0534519482