(designer)Anthony Jesse Deen
(thesis advisor)Chris Romero
(thesis advisor)Ethan Silverman
In this paper, the narrative and educational animation “OFFICE日 本語,” is introduced. It is explained in depth via the details of the project as an independent entity, as well as the context and body of work in which it belongs. First, the basic premise of the project is defined by its form, function, and purpose. Related materials are defined and credited as influences and references for this project. The educational philosophy of “OFFICE日本語” is defined through the methodology that led to the current manifestation of this project. This structural map highlights the role and significance of narrative storytelling as a tool for language learning. Concluding this paper, the project is dismantled into its multiple components, organized for the reader, and closes with a discussion of future work and possibilities for “OFFICE日本語.”
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