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Storytelling for User Experience by Kevin Brooks, Whitney Quesenbery

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Chapter 14. Developing Structure and Plot

In this chapter, we reach the structure—the organization of events—of the story. In the previous two chapters, you have seen how you can tell a story from different perspectives or change the way you tell it to different audiences. Here, we will look at the elements of plot and structure.

  • The structure is the framework of a story. It’s the underlying skeletal pattern for the story.

  • The plot is the arrangement of the events of the story, the sequence in which those events are ...

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