Photoshop class at UNT Final Project [Interactive Kiosk]

In Fall 2014, I created an interactive kiosk-like story titled “A Friday Night in Denton” for Computer Graphics for Mediated Communication (CECS 5260). The story begins with the reader making a choice of Friday night activities. Each choice contain different scenarios where the reader interacts with a police officer. The goal of the story is to teach readers appropriate steps when confronting with police.

I chose the topic of confronting police because of the Ferguson protests of 2014. This was the first time I have ever made an interactive story or game. I hope to create more projects like this and incorporate graphics, audio, and video.

The information does not substitute for legal counseling with an Attorney. To play the game, you need to have Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 or better.

Download the file here.

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Published by Crystal J. Hollis

Crystal Hollis is a North Texas area artist, video/photographer, multimedia producer, digital marketer, and writer. She holds an M.A. degree in Interactive, Virtual, and Digital Communication and B.A. in Radio, Television, and Film from the University of North Texas. She has five years of experience shooting and editing videos and photography. Her interests include film, television, American and Japanese animation and graphic novels, video games, race and gender issues in media, digital media, online marketing, and the art of transmedia storytelling. You may reach her at

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