Proposal 1.3

January 31, 2012

Concept III
Print Interaction Informational Clarity

Despite the ubiquity of digital elements supplementing our everyday lives, printed information still occupies certain niches. Printed information doesn’t require a power source, it doesn’t have linkage or technical errors, nor does it demand a program to open it, but stagnant text and image can sometimes be difficult to interpret. In the digital world, animation can append and clarify messages. I think that printed information has the potentiality for a similar type of clarity through interactivity. Employing and innovating interactive techniques such as folding, flip-booking, and/or tearing could help demonstrate concepts, ideas, and messages much more clearly and quickly than plain text and image. The focus here is innovation. I want to study and invent/transform creative methods of visual interactive communication in print.,

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