ST006: Figure 2.6
We fill in details about a story from our own culture and experiences.
A cartoon of someone telling a story to two people. The text of the story is “… After the show, Jane couldn’t decide whether to take a taxi or a bus across town.. She really didn’t want to miss the 10:45pm train…” The storyteller is thinking, “If it was easy to get info about the next bus, she would not have to worry.” The two people in the audience are each thinking something different:. “What’s her rush? London trains run well into the evening, even if there are only 2 an hour?” and “I bet she doesn’t want to miss it. On my line, there’s only one train after 9pm. Miss that, and you’re sleeping in the station.” (Illustration by Calvin C. Chan).
Quesenbery, Whitney; Brooks, Kevin. 2010. Storytelling for User Experience. New York: Rosenfeld Media. www.rosenfeldmedia.com/books/storytelling/