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Digital texts

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Prue Greene

on 17 November 2013

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Transcript of Digital texts

Using digital texts in English
New digital content and text requirements for the English 7-10 syllabus
Responding to and composing digital texts
Digital texts and concepts for
New digital content and text requirements for the English 7-10 syllabus
Responding to texts
The decisions an author makes about how a page (or website, presentation, and other forms of text) looks can be as important as the text the document contains. Great text + weak design and weak text + great design will both have the same effect: a document that doesn't achieve its goals
Website design
Typography
serif and sans serif fonts
font size and orientation
kerning (distance between letters)
Layout/Organisation
parent and child pages
links (internal and external)
Colours
primary and complementary
hot vs cool and symbolic meanings
overall user experience
Audio
Actual sounds
character's voices
Noises and music from within the story
Commentary/additional sounds
Narrator or 'Voice of God'
Sound and music for effect
Presentations
Slide design and layout
lines
shape
colour
texture
space
transitions and animations
Information graphics
data
symbols
key
data visualisation
Additional images
size
orientation
watermarks

Video
Cinematic techniques
camera angle
cuts/transitions
focus (near, mid, far)
framing
gaze
establishing shot
pan
zoom
Documentary techniques
voice-over
interviews
archival footage
reconstructions
montage
exposition -persuasion
Audio
I think good radio often uses the techniques of fiction: characters, scenes, a big urgent emotional question. An as in the best fiction, tone counts for a lot.
- Ira Glass
http://www.onthemedia.org/story/129437-pulling-back-the-curtain/
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