Jennifer Gabriel is creating a website for her project in Papua New Guinea. It involves an interactive website for world heritage consultation and will draw upon innovative production methods which include the use of circular narrative in website design. One of the techniques that will be explored involves the viewers to temporally find themselves in between a beginning and an end, enabling audiences to have an experience that meets their own needs and perceptions. This will be achieved through setting, theme and dialogue. Circular narrative in website design involves the transition from a real world to an imagined one, and finally ending back in reality. User Experience as a field in Website creation puts the content and the interface into a familiar framework, allowing visitors dive right into the experience.

Heritage Consultation Through Web Design
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