Concept: “A linear CY_Crawl based on Skinny Puppy's album "The Greater Wrong Of The Right" made for the Album Crawl 3.0 Y2K Jam. Take your life back from those in power and scale their brutalist tower to Right the Wrong… Each room of the crawl is based of a track from the album. Lyrical content was the main source of inspiration for what happens in each.”
Content: A revenge mission/crawl up through a high-rise, set to Skinny Puppy.
Writing: Location/track pairings served with atmospheric details about each site and the goings-on there that the punks might run into during their ascent.
Art/Design: Overall aesthetic as record sleeves & inserts, with a mix of hand-drawn illustrations, pasted/collaged elements, and screenprinting. Maps, location features, and NPC portraits are all provided.
Usability: Organization of content is easy to follow, with alternating text/graphic pages and consistent labeling and fore/ground contrast throughout. However, text is not selectable, which might impact some readers’ experience.
Concept: “Delve into the deepest and most primal corridors of consciousness. Coveted neural pathways for corporate exploitation. Map the ever expanding subconscious and come face to face with communal fears in the form of urban legends, cryptids, and the things conjured by the imagination.“
Content: A clinical trial in which participants navigate a simulation.
Writing: An inventive set of rules for generating the job’s labyrinth and for dealing with the effects that navigating it can have on a PC, supplemented with vivid and informative room-specific sensory details and special rules.
Art/Design: A mix of aesthetics, with some pages using labelmaker-like text or sketches on stained paper, while others resemble computer terminals or clean, slick interfaces.
Usability: Wide variety of fonts can take some page-by-page adjustment, but headings/labels are applied pretty consistently throughout (i.e., reversing the primary font color and highlighting its background). A lot of text content is provided, but none of it is embedded, so it is not possible to search/select.
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