By Christopher Ferguson, Daniel Karlsson and Festim Zuta. 2006.
This is the work of interaction design Masters' students at our school, in a studio class on critical design.
The video tells a story (about racial prejudice) and uses rather simple and stylized props to represent the intended design.
The technique is a slideshow of still photographs with comic-style annotations and bubbles, edited together with a partial audio track for the parts where the sound carries crucial information.
Slideshows are quick and easy to produce since still-image manipulation is generally much easier than video compositing. Still, as this example shows, they can communicate key interaction design ideas clearly while at the same time suggesting the tentative nature of the ideas.