Posts Tagged ‘data’
I came across this web-only series on the wonderful Innovative Interactivity. The music and treatment is a little Hallmark-y for my tastes but I really like the execution — it’s got video, audio slideshows, data and some slick transitions to show all elements on the screen at once.
Viewers can comment on the whole package and, in a very clever move, each individual interview has its own release date so it has become almost like an old-fashioned three-day newspaper special.
While the Telegraph is offering lots of interesting video, and the Guardian has podcasts and map mashups , I don’t know of any UK media outlet that has used embedded multimedia this effectively to tell and show a multi-layered story with accompanying data.
And the beauty is the idea is so transferrable to other themes.
Added bonus: it shows how effective mono pictures can be online.