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Software Visualization - Lessons from the Motion Picture Industry.

by User Experience & Business Analysis at OneSpring on Mar 14, 2011

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The practice of storyboarding was developed out of the need to provide more information to the film’s director, cast and crew to better understand the narrative and how to better communicate the ...

The practice of storyboarding was developed out of the need to provide more information to the film’s director, cast and crew to better understand the narrative and how to better communicate the message and details for creation of the movie.


As storyboards supplemented the information in a movie script, other visual artifacts such as Universal Modeling Language (UML) diagrams, Swimlane diagrams and more were implemented in the software definition process.
Most of these, however, were targeted towards the technical audience such as the architects and developers.

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