DESCRIPTIONThis workshop revolves around your present and pastexperiences in both academic and professional settings.To start, you will choose one of four open-ended scenarios.From this scenario you’ll build a storyboard based on yourpersonal experiences.
Once you have completed your story, you’ll pinpoint the keymoments that influenced your path.Then we’ll move the discussion online, where we’ll identifyoverlaps and themes from everyone’s stories.
The remainder of this slideshow demonstrates whatphysical participants will be completing at theProposium event.As a virtual participant you will be following similar stepsfor participation, but will be using other means- such as aweb cam- to accomplish it.
Read the annotations found at thebottom left hand side, shown throughthe yellow plus icon:This will give you a sense of how yourvirtual participation will work in relationto the physical participant.
WORKSHOP 3 WHAT ARE PARTICIPANTS’ VALUES AND HOW CAN THE PLATFORM SUPPORT THEM? storyboarding >> IS A WAY: TO IDENTIFY THE MOST COMMON DECISIONS AND OBSTACLES WE FACE TO IDENTIFY POTENTIAL TYPES OF USERS AND THEIR VALUES TO SUGGEST PLATFORM FEATURES AND HOW IT MIGHT OPERATE
WORKSHOP 3: STORYBOARDING STEP 1: CHOOSE ONE OF THE FOUR SCENARIOS AND RECEIVE PROMPTS (5 min) 10:40 AM 11:55 AM 2:10 PM 3:25 PM COLLABORATING, FINDING RESEARCH PROPOSING A PROJECT EXPOSING A PROJECT WORKING IN GROUPS OR DESIGN PARTNER TO CLIENTS TO CRITIQUE SCENARIO A SCENARIO B SCENARIO C SCENARIO D Virtual participants create the videos in response to any of the four suggested scenarios.
WORKSHOP 3: STORYBOARDING STEP 2: USING STICKY NOTES AS FRAMES, SKETCH A STORYBOARD ILLUSTRATING YOUR WORK PROCESS (15 min) ON SITE participants receive a storyboard template to create a linear narrative based on a current or recent experience
WORKSHOP 3: STORYBOARDING STEP 3: SMALL GROUPS DISCUSS THEIR STORYBOARDS WRITING DOWN OBSTACLES AND DECISIONS (20 min) obs dec ON SITE ON SITE Virtual participants reflect on the storyboard as well, calling out the obstacles encountered during the process (story) described, and the ways decisions were made.
WORKSHOP 3: STORYBOARDING STEP 4: SMALL GROUPS REPORT THEIR MOST COMMON OBSTACLES AND DECISIONS (20 min) a volunteer scribe from each group records most common obstacles and decisions Virtual participants record themselves via webcam, name the scenario they chose, show the storyboard, and explain it, calling out decisions and obstacles. Video should be 1–2 minutes long. If working as a group, explain each person’s storyboard and the group’s most common decisions and obstacles.
WORKSHOP 3: STORYBOARDING REMOTE REMOTE REMOTE REMOTE REMOTE VIDEOS Virtual participants upload their videos to YouTube or Vimeo. They might also include a text-based description of the storyboard. To post the link to the video, please add a comment on the Proposium website: http://www.ncsu.edu/graphicdesign/proposium2011/workshop3-virtual
WORKSHOP 3 WHAT ARE PARTICIPANTS’ VALUES AND HOW CAN THE PLATFORM SUPPORT THEM? storyboarding >> THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND: KEEP IT SIMPLE. FRAGMENTS ARE OK AS LONG AS THEY KEEP THE STORY MOVING IT IS A STORY FROM YOUR LIFE, COMMUNICATE IT IN A WAY THAT MAKES YOU FEEL COMFORTABLE REFLECT ON THE BIG MOMENTS ALONG THE WAY THAT SHAPED YOUR EXPERIENCE Virtual participants be sure to watch other participants’ videos, which we will embed on the page, and comment on them!