This full-day workshop presents a process fort he design of fictional stories on social media, where the plot can guide the narrative and interactive experience. Activities and discussions build on the idea that the structure of the most renowned social media profiles - i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram - can be considered as a narrative structure based on storytelling and sense-making, in which forms of micro narratives can be elaborated. Working with both pro- fessionals and academics, the main goal of the workshop is the research for new expressive, narrative and interactive ways to engage with the audience, har- nessing potentialities and limits of social media storytelling.

Social Media Fiction. Designing Stories for Social Media

VENDITTI, SIMONA;CIANCIA, MARIANA;PIREDDA, FRANCESCA
2015-01-01

Abstract

This full-day workshop presents a process fort he design of fictional stories on social media, where the plot can guide the narrative and interactive experience. Activities and discussions build on the idea that the structure of the most renowned social media profiles - i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram - can be considered as a narrative structure based on storytelling and sense-making, in which forms of micro narratives can be elaborated. Working with both pro- fessionals and academics, the main goal of the workshop is the research for new expressive, narrative and interactive ways to engage with the audience, har- nessing potentialities and limits of social media storytelling.
978-3-319-27035-7
978-3-319-27036-4
Mobile storytelling, Social media storytelling, Design research
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