In the Blink of a Mind — Engagement

Jessica Brillhart
Jul 6, 2016 · 8 min read
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“Put [yourself] in place of the audience. What is the audience going to be thinking at any particular moment? Where are they going to be looking? What do you want them to think about? What do they need to think about? And of course, what do you want them to feel?” (pg. 21)

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Tram with 4+ POIs
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Creep Baby Website, Version 1
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Creepy Baby Website, Version 2
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On the tram again.
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Extending Engagement
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Front Window > Hallway
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Responding to Engagement
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Side Window > Horsey
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Middle > Back
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Tim to Door to Tim to Door to…
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Tim to person to Tim to new person to…
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He’s the best.
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Rink Reveal
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