There are lots of good examples in the Esri Insider article, Journalists Embrace Story Maps , that shows a mixture of narrative, policy and news, and GIS mapping of information. It makes the data become more contextual and staged — so hopefully more engaging.
From Jay Mitchell, clinical professor at Stanford Law School, & his paper on Putting Some Product Into Work Product: The abstract of his paper: Clients hire corporate lawyers to make useful things for them. Those things are documents, such as contracts and corporate bylaws. Lawyers have some good tools for making these products; standard forms and precedents from prior engagements … Read More
Ryan Calo in Against Notice Skepticism in Privacy proposes that we consider Visceral Notice alternatives to language-based notice. Visceral Notice leads consumers to experience information rather than just telling them information. Think of road designers putting speed bumps onto the road, rather than signs saying to slow down. Ryan Calo lists off several types of Visceral Notice: Using a familiarity … Read More