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Title: Digital storytelling, uma exploração prática : seguindo os passos de três gerações de migrantes
Author: Suárez Trabanco, Alvaro, 1991-
Advisor: Gonçalves, Sofia, 1977-
Keywords: Berger, John, 1926-2017
Pellegrin, Paolo
Anderson, Scott
Granados, Samuel
Murphy, Zoeann
Schaul, Kevin
Faiola, Antoni
Design de comunicação
Narração de contos
Media sociais
Fotojornalismo
Fotografia
Migrações
Projeto Tras los Pasos
Estudos de caso
New York Times
New Age Walls
Defense Date: 7-Mar-2018
Abstract: This research aims to recognize the contemporary context of digital storytelling, through an exploratory practice in communication design. In a constantly updated territory, we tried to stabilize the terminology through its historical contextualization and the recognition of current practices in the digital environment, often rooted in journalistic practices. We analyze its main actors, the economic conditions in which they operate, and the future directions of the sector, in a context marked by the economic crisis, but also by a constant reformulation of their models of action and representation. The practice of photojournalism is also addressed as a precursor to a practice of visual journalism from which the examples of digital storytelling emerge. To define the role of the communication designer in the creation of digital storytelling artifacts, we start from the premise of Jan van Toorn: the designer as a visual journalist. The practical component of the dissertation – the project Tras los pasos – aims to recognize the current condition of digital storytelling, to explore its limits and potentialities in the web environment, as well as to identify the role of the communication designer in the elaboration of multimedia narratives. Tras los pasos presents a story of migration of three generations within the same family. From this practical exploration and thanks to the available digital means (both at the level of the design, as well as the circulation and reception of the object), it is concluded that complex, engaging and immersive audiovisual stories, can be developed by authors with very diverse formation and independently of the journalistic industry. Throughout the research, which was marked by a close relationship between theory and practice, we have found a field that slowly attempts to free itself from the language and processes of the printed world, and to redefine itself in the digital environment, revealing a disruptive, ever-changing context
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/33717
Designation: Tese de mestrado, Design de Comunicação e Novos Média, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2018
Appears in Collections:FBA - Dissertações de Mestrado



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