Portfolios using Storyplanet

The Danish creative software developer Storyplanet has launched an online toolbox for making interactive productions. Like the company itself, it's entitled Storyplanet, and it provides a modular drag-and-drop interface that helps you design website layouts, publications, presentations with all sorts of interactivity. If you need to produce an online gallery or portfolio site, it could be just the thing. While it's in beta it's free to use, and the developers are working on tablet integration. Current users include Peter Gabriel's charity Witness (above), Al Jazeera and campaigning filmmaker Lauren Hatvany.

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