This project is part of a broad research investigation approaching questions related to design and the complex context of media focused in hypermedia languages. This project, aims to make a series of digital storytelling media available for deaf and hearing children, such as interactive e-books thematically related to the preservation of the Cultural Heritage in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This research is intended to generate materials for professionals of Design, Arts and related areas, for developing and producing storytelling using new digital languages. It is intended that this will widen the space for diffusion and cultural exchanges in and between artistic languages, in the following knowledge areas: visual arts, audio-visual media and music for digital narratives. In this paper reflections on the process of creating the digital storytelling artefact called Grumari will be presented, from the structure of the story, concepts of visual language, storyboard, and video, to considerations for music and sound design.