In trolling the vast interwebs for research, I found several great resources to create storytelling websites using the popular (and free) web-software, WordPress. For those that don’t know, WordPress is a mini-content-management system that runs about 20% of all the websites in the internet. It’s totally free, made by community volunteers, open source (so you can modify it), and very easy to use. Usually, it makes websites, but the links below give tips on transforming that website into an interactive story. Enjoy!
WordPress Storytelling – A great introduction with examples of how people are using WordPress to tell stories.
Storytelling in WordPress – Another showcase of WordPress stories.
Immersive Storytelling – The next step, how to get started.
A DIY Guide to WordPress Storytelling – Another step by step guide. Very readable. Great people over at WPMU.
The Aesop Story Engine – A great tool to get you started. Does a lot of the technical stuff for you. Easy to use.
Building Stories Using a Multimedia Storyteller – Another tool that gives you more control, but is a little more tech-y.
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