Posted by on January 20, 2014
Posted in: animation, imaging, inspiration, mobile, web

Storehouse is a different sort of presentation tool that recently launched. Posts are composed on iPad, but can be easily shared for viewing on any device with a web browser. Functionally it’s a combination of WordPress blog-ability and Instagram share-ability, with the bonus content flexibility of video shorts.

The biggest advantage of Storehouse is it’s ability to combine photos and videos, which can be assembled quickly through a simple drag-and-drop interface. However, this simplicity comes at the cost of formatting limitations: there is no justification of text, no font choices, and very constrained choice for spacing and hierarchy (hopefully this will change in future releases).

All in all, though, it’s a neat way to tell a story. Check out this mock product launch I made to test our material on the Storehouse interface.

About Yelena

Yelena Prusakova is an illustrator at Fat Pencil Studio.
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