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Story board writing final

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  • 1. 1 12/ 07 2011 STORY BOARD WRITING FOR LEARNING OBJECTSRatheesh KaliyadanDirectorMedia Analysis & Research CenterKoyilandy, KozhikodePh: +91 9946445970mediafolkmarc@gmail.comMediamarx.blogspot.com Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 2. 2 12/ 07 2011INTRODUCTION TEXTAUDIO GRAPHICS LEARNING OBJECT USERVIDEO INTERFACE ANIMATION DESIGN Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 3. 3 12/ 07 2011What is a story board?A storyboard is a documentthat contains sequentialdetailed description of the screens that will constitutethe instructional unit(in this case, learning object). Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 4. 4 12/ 07 2011 Yesterday….The idea of storyboarding was developed at the WaltDisney Studio during the early 1930s.Disney credited animator Webb Smith with creatingthe idea of drawing scenes on separate sheets ofpaper and pinning them up on a bulletin board to tella story in sequence, thus creating the first storyboard(Christopher Finch, The Art of Walt Disney, Abrams,1973). . Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC- SCERT
  • 5. 5 12/ 07 2011Who uses story board?A storyboard is referred by the entire projectdevelopment team to deliver successfullearning experience.Storyboard specifies developmentresponsibilities for each role in the team.Hence, precise detailing of every screen isvery critical and important in storyboarding. Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 6. 6 12/ 07 2011ELEMENTS OF STORY BOARD TEXT GRAPHIC GRAPHICS AUDIO S USER STORY BOARD INTERFACE VIDEO DESIGN ANIMATI ANIMATIONSYNCHRONIZATI ONSYNCHRONIZATION ON INTERACTIVIT INTERACTIVITY Y Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 7. 7 12/ 07 2011Identifiers Title Subtitle Topic/section name Screen code Document versionFeatures :• For review purpose• Reference for reusability Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 8. 8 12/ 07 2011User Interface Design Color scheme Screen layout Arrangement of title bars, navigation buttons, text, graphicsFeatures :• User-friendly• Motivating• Non-distracting Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 9. 9 12/ 07 2011Text On Screen Text  Screen titles, instructional text, content text, titles of labels, buttons, graphic Text embedded in graphic/animation  Integration and synchronization with audio/videoFeatures : • Precise and crisp writing • Consistency in terms of font type, size, alignment • Clear visibility and readability Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 10. 10 12/ 07 2011Graphics Photos Sketch Collage Illustration Diagrams Flow charts Concept mapsFeatures : • Verification of alignment, size, color combination, placement and overall impact Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 11. 11 12/ 07 2011Animation Content/graphics/theme Sequence Duration Effects Synchronization with text/audio/voiceoverFeatures :• Interesting and thought-provoking Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 12. 12 12/ 07 2011Video Demonstration of real life events Duration Synchronization with text/audio/voiceoverFeatures :• Interesting and thought-provoking Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 13. 13 12/ 07 2011Audio Voiceover Background sound Sound effects Music Conversations Duration Synchronization with text/graphic/animationFeatures : • Interesting and thought-provoking Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 14. 14 12/ 07 2011Synchronization Specifying the sequence in which elementsshould appear and/or disappear Describing the relevant special effects to be givenin sequenceFeatures :• Conveying the intended message with desired impact Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 15. 15 12/ 07 2011InteractivitySpecifying the user actions and the relevantresponsesFeatures :• Arousing interest• Providing feedback Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 16. 16 12/ 07 2011What are the possible interactivitiesin a self learning multi mediapackage?Drag & dropClickTypingGamesCross wordsPainting Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 17. 17 12/ 07 2011 Conclusion A storyboard is a document that contains sequential detailed description of the screens that will constitute the instructional unit to be developed. It helps to specify the detailed requirements per screen. The elements of a story board are identifiers, text, graphics, animation, audio, video, synchronization and interactivity. Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT
  • 18. 18 12/ 07 2011Template for a story board Ratheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC- SCERT
  • 19. 19 12/ 07 2011 THANK YOU Ratheesh Kaliyadan Director Media Analysis & Research Center Koyilandy, Kozhikode Ph: +91 9946445970 mediafolkmarc@gmail.com Mediamarx.blogspot.comRatheesh Kaliyadan / Story Board / MARC-SCERT