An introduction to Shared Story Worlds and the primary considerations for designing, implementing, and sustaining an SSW. Presented at DIY Days L.A. 2011. Shared Story Worlds Design Primer from Scott Walker
I journeyed to San Diego on October 12th for my first CTIA Mobile Conference, where I had the pleasure of moderating a panel on transmedia as part of a 3-hour session hosted by the Producer’s Guild of America. As it turned out, all of the panelists were also members of Transmedia L.A.!
On August 18, 2011, I had the pleasure of being invited to speak at a Whitewater Films Roundtable, which was moderated by IndieWire’s Dana Harris. The topic was transmedia and indie film, and I as thrilled to share the table with fellow Transmedia LA members Ben Rock and resident fanthropologist Kristen Olson.
I was a speaker on the DBW 2011 panel, “Rethinking Rights in a Transmedia World.” The panel was moderated by Emily Williams and also featured Richard Curtis of E-Reads and David Marlett of enkHouse.
A presentation I made to Disney’s Imagineering R&D department about applying the principles of value co-creation to commercial entertainment models. Co-Creating Value from Scott Walker