Online editorial platforms are trying new and exciting ways of presenting content to make full use of the digital experience. Your challenge is to bring a short story to life, while considering the flow of content, visual design, expressive web typography, animated and interactive enhancements, and overall responsive nature. You will be designing and developing a more experiential single-page website of around 1,000-1,500 words. It is critical that you experiment with the format to create a unique viewing experience, while still considering the flow of information and usability.
- Tell the history of a person, place, or thing.
- Tell a story about a collection of objects.
- Choose an existing article or chapter.
- Choose a topic of interest, then inform, persuade, or entertain.
- Demonstrate a “How to” process.
WWU Student Examples
- Why Time Passes Faster as You Age
- Big Boy
- An Open Letter to My Beloved Wooly Armpits
- 6 Successful People Take Us Through Their Morning Routine
- Tamam Shud
- Honest College Rejection Letter
- Snake Fight
- Pictures of Food with Instagram
- I’m Just a Fucking Cat
- Hamlet Facebook
- Sincerely Baroness Elsa Schraeder
- Famous Writer’s Cosmo Tips
- Fix My Girlfriend’s Grandparents’ Wifi
- Jeff & Jamie’s Birth Plan
STUDENT ADAA SEMI-FINALIST WINNERS
- Banned Books (chapter)
- 27 Club (history)
- Battle Leftovers (collection)
- Appalachian Trail (history)
- History of the Beatles (history)
- Zombie Ants (article)
- Stanley Kubrick
- Illuminating Radioactivity
- Dieter Rams
- 8 Design Masterpieces from Everyday Life
- Inside The Head
- Wandering Through New York
- Poor Millennials
- 21st C Gold Rush Refugees
- Huffington Post Articles
- Atlantis World’s Fair
- Jess & Russ
- Snow Fall
- A Game of Shark and Minnow
- Pitchfork Cover Stories