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» Navigators, Explorers, and Engaged Participants from Futurelab's Blog
Over the weekend I had three different kinds of interactive experiences. In each of them, I acted like three different kinds of people (more accurately mindsets).... [Read More]

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I think this is clever stuff from David over at Logic Emotion. He identifies three different roles in interactive experiences: Navigator, Explorer and Engaged Participant. It's a new way to slice active vs passive roles in media consumption and [Read More]

» Navigators, Explorers, and Engaged Participants from Marketing & Strategy Innovation Blog
by: David Armano Over the weekend I had three different kinds of interactive experiences. In each of them, I acted like three different kinds of people (more accurately mindsets).... [Read More]

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