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Keep Your Wings
Keep Your Wings is no ordinary travel blog. Written like a novel, the site depicts Sébastien Porcu's global journey and the people he met while traveling. All kinds of topics are addressed in this website : culture, politics,...
Slap Happy Larry: Stories
A Collection of Original Illustrated Stories by Lynley Stace Using Novella
We Are Black and White
Journalism students at Penn State explore the issues surround African Americans in the community through six stories. Using the Jorgen theme.
Martin Edström’s Website
The official website of National Geographic Explorer and Photographer Martin Edström
The Lion’s Roar
The Lions Roar features work by Penn State students as part of partnerships, reporting and production classes, and special opportunities in the College of Communications. Using Fable theme.
The sponsored travel section of the Texas Monthly uses ASE and a variation of Novella to create beautiful presentations.
Wanderway is an open online course created for small non-profits. It will teach you how to experiment with digital engagement when you are strapped for time and resources. Using Kerouac and Aesop Chapters
The Banda Journal
The Banda Journal is a long-term documentary project about the Banda Islands, a tiny archipelago in Eastern Indonesia. Using a Novella child theme.
OSTGUT TON | ZEHN
An artistic German website for a music label. Using Novella theme and ASE.
Story Hour Academy
This site houses a free, video-based curriculum to help beginning readers learn to read and write through self-paced access to online lessons. Using Zealot theme.
Interactive Documentaries from Montana State University, School of Film and Photography's Graduate MFA in Science and Natural History Film making. SFP Interactive is proud to present an new online platform for original, innovative content for the...
These are capstone journalism projects from Brigham Young University. The site uses Novella Theme.
The Ferret is an investigative journalism project, based in Scotland.
CO:BUILT explores the collaborative nature of discovery by looking at relationships that began with a need for invention and have resulted in the development of new processes, products and partnerships.
Paul Eiche wrote the Cover theme around Aesop Story Engine to tell the story of his daughter Namine.
The Social Historian
The Social Historian is a longform story website featuring social history themed articles from across the centuries and around the world.
An online Photography magazine dedicated to inspire the new generation of photographers.
The Olympic Issue: Terje Haakonsen Interview
SnowboardMag interviews Terje Haakonsen.
Déjà Vu Japan: A snowboarding photo essay
Join Jerome Tanon and a group of boarders as they ride around Japan.
Der Blutdruckcode (The Blood Pressure Code)
This is the story of a scientist who set out to solve one of the greatest medical riddles — the results of his medical mystery will revolutionize pharmaceutical research. A graphic story with beautiful illustrations (German).