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I think websites are a great way to help us explore stories nonlinearly.
Without the traditional confines of the book, we can investigate information as it piques our interests.
They are also a great way of enabling people to tell their own stories, or prompt them to investigate themselves.
To the left is a navigable mockup of a storytelling website and tool based on design interview practices.
The website is designed for families and friends of the incarcerated to share their own stories, which are not frequently heard. The "stickers" are designed to prompt them to think of their own feelings and experiences as they relate to places and objects. They provide grounding for the story.
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