Christian ChevassusDevelopment Director
“If you are a content publisher, the problem of managing and distributing this content across complex and multiple media and platforms will tremendously increase in the coming years. Indeed, how to address all audiences scattered across the web, on mobile, on TV with the same editorial base and a perennial technology? How to provide the best user experience possible for your content on each of these media by incorporating the essential and specific web usages : agregation, curation and sharing? The ambition of 3WDOC and its success: aggregating all the strength of the web content you produce for example using a CMS like Drupal or Wordpress to return it to the web, more enriched and interactive than ever, for any consumer content environments. It seems that 3WDOC Studio opens a way forward to a whole new generation of website in HTML5 / CSS3 at the confluence of all media and uses.”
“The Web has now reached full maturity and legitimacy as an information source. Yet still, traditional media: Print media, Radio or Television keeps their distance with the web. Mistrust, misunderstanding, issues on journalistic ethics, concerns on business model. Questions often legitimate, but the obvious: our profession must reinvent themselves and explore ways that give meaning and fresh air. Ideas? Yes, of course, Web Tools. Those that enrich the information, enable synthesize, make information more readable. Those that create bridges between the supports. Those that allow different stories, narratives, relevant interactive visualizations... 3WDOC Studio is one of these tools. Flexible and professional. An online program, intuitive, affordable and versatile. Editors, content providers can (should) master this software. Audiovisual Production companies, Reporters, Journalists, and authors should try 3WDOC Studio. It opens a huge field of narrative possibilities, lets work together on the same projects and remotely, without requiring (which is no a small thing!) extraordinary Web development skills.”
Workshop coordinator for interactive narrations @ the CFPJ school
Johann RousselotPhotojournalism & documentaries
“Being able to address issues previously "impossible" only in photography, at least very "dicey", able to intervene whenever I want on a production history, on updates, enrich it myself and quickly discover new ways of storytelling, and think differently upstream of a project, find a new enthusiasm in producing sound and film... That's what 3WDOC Studio brought me with the alliance of Multimedia and it's huge. But all this is terribly time consuming. The photographer's best friend on the Web is the multimedia I think, but his greatest enemy is the time spent out of court, in clear in front of a computer screen. Yet I sensed in the tool developed by 3WDOC an opportunity to marry these incompatibilities, for example by building a pre-defined template, containing an easily scalable scheme, which would wait more than the loading of editorial content, possible since the field "at night in his hotel room" - provided you have a valid connection - the photographer can power its Web storefront in a very efficient, and much more "sexy" way than a traditional string of captioned images. Now he has yet to master the other editing tools ahead of the publication in HTML5, which is not easy. But it is a learning process that seems fully justified when one considers that the 3WDOC Studio is waiting for you in order to offer your creation to all users of the Web.”
“If you are a journalist and you have some experience in the web production and publishing, like us, for instance you already publish on a blog then you will be astonished by the creative possibilities in terms of "digital storytelling" of 3WDOC Studio. The narrative potential of 3WDOC Studio, its handling relatively simple and its flexible user online experience offer interesting perspectives of publication for any journalist who would like to conduct a professional and high-quality interactive storytelling.”
Louis Villers & Alexis SariniWebdocu.fr founders
Olivier LambertDocsidestories.com founder
“With La Nuit Oubliée (The Forgotten Night) we were dealing with a serious and historical subject. We wanted to create an educational and interactive storytelling accessible to the greatest number, all in a very short time. 3WDOC has established itself as THE solution. In 15 days, we built a platform in HTML5, available in all formats and can be easily browse and discover by a novice audience. We could not ask for more.”
In us, they trust!
The exploits of Robby Naish dressed by Tommy Hilfiger, a beautiful HTML5 event site in full screen!
An event site in HTML5 from the photo shoot mode Marcel Hartmann on Robby Naish for the collection Tommy Hilfiger Tailored to Hawaii.
The milk crisis by Samuel Bollendorff, a demonstration of webdocumentaire in HTML5
An HTML5 webdocumentary of a internationally renowned author in the new world of digital storytelling : Samuel Bollendorff.
The Tunisian revolution and the Internet: a web documentary by Johann Rousselot
True testimony on Arab revolutions. Johann Rousselot and we rediscover with pleasure the real-time like on Twitter but with more than 140 character
Toujours Pas de Pétrole : an interactive web conference on free radios produced by Capa with 3WDOC Studio!
Pilot project of "interactive webconference" at the initiative of Stéphane Distinguin from the agency Faber Novel and Antoine Lefebure, a pioneer of free radio. All produced by the agency Capa.
Webdocumentary, Irak, Louis Villers, Webdocu.fr, Paris Match – Iraqi Kurdistan, the last refuge of persecuted Christians
The webdoc of a transmedia operation on Iraqi Christians, led by a founder of Webdocu.fr, Louis Villers, on behalf of the magazine Paris-Match.
HTML5, Webdoc, 3WDOC Studio, 17 octobre 1961, La nuit oubliée, of Olivier Lambert and Thomas Salva.
The webdoc "17 octobre 1961, La nuit oubliée" by Olivier Lambert and Thomas Salva was broadcasted on LeMonde.fr. It has been co-produced by the studio Hans Lucas (edited by Virginia Terrace and Wilfrid Estève) and Dailymotion, in collaboration with the CFD-EMI (School of Trades of Information, Paris). Compatible mobile devices, including iPhone and the iPad!