We believe that story experiences created with Integrated Storytelling principles are memorable moments that engage audiences in new ways, spark innovation within the creative industries, and inspire other creators.
We want to celebrate and share projects that have these qualities. Therefore, we call creators, designers, storytellers, engineers, project managers from all around the world to share with us and the Integrated Storytelling community projects that have shifted the industry forward.
The purpose is to build an inspirational library of Integrated Storytelling Cases of projects, small or large, with modest or generous budgets, known worldwide or recognised locally. It is essential that they reached audiences’ hearts and minds, creating long-lasting memories, delivered guest experiences in new, innovative ways.
We have selected a list of requirements to help creators submit their story experiences:
For the first round of selection, we will need a brief project description from you for pre-approval.
Send an email to Ecaterina Capatina at email@example.com
with the subject line “Integrated Storytelling Case” and in a maximum of 400 words describe your project and why it belongs to the Integrated Stotyelling Cases library.
With this library of Integrated Storytelling Cases, we want to show how combining storytelling and experience design with a strategical design mindset can evolve any industry, where the story experience makes a difference. We are not just looking for themed entertainment, games or brand activation, as the potential for Integrated Storytelling is so much wider.
If we decide not to share your project as an Integrated Storytelling case, it is not because we do not like it. It may be a fantastic project, but it does not showcase the criteria that have been defined for the cases.
There are no fees for submission or for having a project presented online as a case on IntegratedStorytelling.com. We do this in support of and as an inspiration to those interested in the principles and methods presented in the Integrated Storytelling by Design book.