Drew DeVigal’s Interactive Narratives has relaunched.
The site is a searchable database “designed to capture the best of online visual storytelling around the country and the world.”
Register, and you can submit your own work, as well as vote on and critique others’ multimedia projects.
“Our goal is to highlight rich-media content, engaging storytelling, and eye-popping design in an environment that fosters interaction, discussion, and learning,” writes DeVigal, who is multimedia editor at The New York Times.
As storytelling online evolves from the straight-ahead text+photos/photo gallery+video format, this new site should be an interesting resource to see what other people are doing. Best of all, you don’t have to be a journalist to participate.