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Fluidity Of Content And Design: Learning From Where The Wild Things Are

By Sarah Bauer

Have you read Where the Wild Things Are? The storybook has fluidity of content and design figured out.

It goes that one night, protagonist Max “wore his wolf suit and made mischief of one kind or another.” He hammers nails into walls, pesters a small dog. Author Maurice Sendak doesn't explain these hijinks textually for the reader. The mischievous acts are illustrated on the right-hand pages. Readers make the narrative connections for themselves.

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The words and pictures depend on each other for completeness. Web designers ...

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