A new way of storytelling. A new way to navigate in the content itself. Drifting through contents in an intuitive and sponta… Read More
A new way of storytelling. A new way to navigate in the content itself. Drifting through contents in an intuitive and spontanious way, rather than searching through fix categories. A dynamically growing cloud of contents, which makes substantive cross-references visible , and- like a conversation - invites to spontaneous, associative leaps of topics and content overlap points. A step towards a personalized magazine, a bit more real opportunities to influence the course of action.
The content of the online magazine is moving in a topic complex which is starting with university projects of the HTW and is building bridges to socially relevant topics. The result is a complex, which is showing design projects and personalities from various perspectives. Designers are allowed to leave their cosmos and non-specialists get an insight into the world of design.The unobstructed view of the students permit a unique access to the treated design-related topics.
BRUT Magazine was a main project during the 3. and 4. semester of my Communication Design studies at HTW Berlin in a team of 14 (+2) students.
One year of research, discussions, concepts, constructions, stucturing, presentations, going nuts, restarting, doubting, dismissing ideas, challenge, wishes, sweat and tears, anger, risks, claiming, struggling, defeats, victories and adventures.
My tasks during this project: Development of the main idea, building the cloud of topics and contents, team coordination and teamleading, storyboarding and visual concept for the teaser video – and everything noone else wanted to do.
Prof. Andreas Ingerl & Prof. Daniela Hensel
See the final magazine (please note that a new team is currently working on the next issue and the site might change over time):
Making of blog: http://www.brutbegleiter.de
BRUT Magazine on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brutmagazin
BRUT Magazine reviewed at Design Made In Germany: http://www.designmadeingermany.de/2011/44628 Read Less