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Storyboarding

  1. 2. STARTINGPOINT
  2. 3. STORY DEVELOP THE STORY AROUND THE SELECTED IDEA AND CONVERT IT INTO AN ILLUSTRATIVE SEQUENCE OF PICTURES OR DIAGRAMS .
  3. 4. CONTENT STORYBOARDS MAY ALSO BE TOLD WITH PLAIN TEXT AND DIAGRAMS. * STICK FIGURES ARE NOT OFF-LIMIT!!
  4. 5. RESULT TELLING A PRODUCT STORY IN A GRAPHIC STYLE USING CHARACTERS AS PART OF THE STORY HELPS PEOPLE INSIDE YOUR COMPANY OR ORGANIZATION UNDERSTAND REALISTICALLY HOW THE IDEAS COULD BE INTEGRATED.
  5. 6. RESULT Source: http://vis.berkeley.edu/courses/cs160-fa06/wiki/index.php/InteractivePrototype-Group:4Corners www.fuse-studio.co.uk/?cat=14
  6. 7. http://pingmag.jp/2006/10/27/storyboard-design
  7. 8. WWW. INNO WIZ.BE Author: Ann Bonneux Edited by: Pieter Michiels

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