SUSTAINABLE LANDS STRATEGY RFP: WORK EXAMPLES
Welcome to our all-in-one video showcase and interactive storytelling example area! Below we invite you to peruse our video gallery, and to play with before and after photos and timeline functionality. Then take a deeper dive through some engaging storymaps. At the bottom of this page we’ve also provided a list of URLs for quick reference and an easier to read view of our schedule and budgets.
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Conservation videos by Ted Grudowski. See more of Ted’s Conservation Videos on his website.
Drone footage by Patrick Bennett.
Firefighter videos by Jen and Bob Pennington with some help from Ted. See the entire Power Through Participation Series on the WA state Council of Fire Fighters website.
SKFG video by Bob Pennington.
Animations by Jen & Bob Pennington
Before and after juxtaposition functionality is a perfect way to get viewers to understand then & now scenarios. In this example two photos of the same pond were taken 2 weeks apart. One heavy with snow, and one on a sunny day. Move/swipe the slider to see full views.
But imagine if a user could understand what a floodplain looks like in summer when the land is dry, and what it looks like in late winter when the land is flooded. The result is an instant grasp of the situation.
Interactive JourneyMap prototype with text, pictures and video.
Timelines are great storytelling devices. While most people use them to present a history, why not go further into the future 10, 20, or 100 years from now with projections of how things could be. Set goals to inform your audience of not just where you’ve been, but how you will achieve your future goals. The example below was created for the Jefferson Land Trust.
ARC GIS Storymaps
Examples of other maps with stories we can implement
These examples come from Knightlab.com, a Northwestern University program dedicated to interactive storytelling. We did not do these but we think they are great concept for your project.
Example of walking through someone else’s history
Schedule & Sprint Plan. Website Launch 4/15/22
Budget = $69,820.00
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