After moving online, traditional media lost the ability to monopolize the attention of the audience. On the Internet, content has to compete not only with content in the same time slot, but also with a billion websites. The question is: is it possible to create longform, high-quality narratives in a world where capturing the attention of the viewer and holding onto it for as long as possible is the ultimate objective?
The tale of the defeat and rebirth of Warsaw, which consists of archival photographs, infographics, texts, and excerpts from radio broadcasts and film recordings, arranged on an interactive timeline. Warsaw Rising 1944 received two Webby awards.
An interactive book for kids meant to be read on a tablet. Its protagonist is Kózka (Little Goat) who has all sorts of adventures. What sorts, exactly? That’s up for the user to decide, as they shape the story using simple gestures.
The EUscreenXL project consists of over thirty institutions collaborating on the EUscreen portal, a collection of tens of thousands of pieces of audiovisual content and one million metadata entries. It provides free and legal access to a digital library of archival television programs, photographs and articles.