3D research

When I think of a research project, my mind goes back to Uni, when there would usually be realms and realms of pages of facts and findings.

Just the thought of reading page after page I find boring – the same mundane way of presenting research in a book format. It almost puts one off reading it.

A StoryCube offers a different way to present a research document in an unusual but engaging fashion.

Hatherley, McNeile, Downing and Leslie have used this method of presenting their research project ‘In the Shadow of the Senate House’ as illustrated below.

Transform your research onto a StoryCube using bookleteer.


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