Interactive Storytelling:
Every user experience tells a story.

Each step in Behavior’s design process is a storytelling opportunity. From page one we craft the story of your site’s success through our strategic consulting and planning. In our interaction design, we envision the user experiences as a narrative pathway with many possibilities. And most vividly in our rich media experiences, our creative solutions tell stories that awaken, educate, and inspire audiences and customers.


Methods:
  • Animation and Illustration
  • Copywriting and Editing
  • Video and Audio Production
  • Conceptual Design

Solutions:
  • Microsites
  • Educational and Not-for-profit
  • Games
  • Product Tutorials
  • Exhibition Sites

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