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  • 1. assEMBLING A NARRATIVE PLAN601E Verbal and visual: Information Graphics (session 5)
  • 2. elements of a storyboard
  • 3. how this fits in sequence notes on what you see what you see dialogue elements of a storyboard
  • 4. elements of a storyboard Storyboards do not have to be well drawn. They only have to communicate your ideas (and should be more explicit than this one)
  • 5. premise: fundamental concept that drives the plot Pose a problem: “An outcast patriarch tries to win back his family’s good graces.”
  • 6. premise: fundamental concept that drives the plot Ask a question: “What if you had to live the same day over and over?”
  • 7. premise: fundamental concept that drives the plot Trace a route: “Find 100,000 deutsch marks and get across town (i.e. the roads not taken).”
  • 8. ACT 1: SET UP – SETTING, CHARACTERS, AND PROBLEM INTRODUCED Confined to a wheelchair, Jefferies spends the day watching his neighbors. Lisa wants Jefferies, but he acts distracted. ACT 2: TURNING POINT – PROBLEM GETS COMPLEX A neighbor appears to have killed a dog that was digging up the garden; Jefferies thinks the neighbor has murdered his wife, but his detective friend doesn’t believe him. ACT 3: DENOUEMENT – CLIMAX HAPPENS AND PROBLEM RESOLVED Jefferies convinces Lisa to sneak into the neighbor’s apartment to find evidence of the murder, but they both almost get murdered themselves. Now that she is a co-conspirer, Jefferies agrees to marry Lisa. Lisa is happy. three act story Organize a presentation with three “acts” or “chapters”: 1) set the characters and context; 2) detail a problem; 3) resolve the problem. Let story lead your narrative, not data.
  • 9. BUILD A CASE Provide information and argue for a specific interpretation – reveal a way to look at the world ACT 1: Background information ACT 2: Analysis ACT 3: Findings or proposal ways to tell a story Organize a presentation with three “acts” or “chapters”: 1) set the characters and context; 2) detail a problem; 3) resolve the problem. Let story lead your narrative, not data.
  • 10. GIVE A SUMMATIVE TOUR Describe existing conditions in depth and volume that puts a single phenomenon in context ACT 1: Individual instances ACT 2: Explain phenomena ACT 3: Draw phenomenon into context and draw conclusions ways to tell a story Organize a presentation with three “acts” or “chapters”: 1) set the characters and context; 2) detail a problem; 3) resolve the problem. Let story lead your narrative, not data.
  • 11. EXPLORE A SCENARIO Explain a problem or condition through the experience of stakeholders ACT 1: Describe a character and their issues/concerns ACT 2: Detail the mechanism that could serve them ACT 3: Describe how the character is served by the proposed program or service ways to tell a story Organize a presentation with three “acts” or “chapters”: 1) set the characters and context; 2) detail a problem; 3) resolve the problem – narrate with stories not data
  • 12. Evaluation Explore the strengths and weaknesses of a given phenomenon, issue or dimension ACT 1: Set a baseline: establish existing conditions and explain them in context ACT 2: Evaluate conditions or solutions via matrix comparison, continuum, pros and cons, etc. ACT 3: Make recommendations ways to tell a story Organize a presentation with three “acts” or “chapters”: 1) set the characters and context; 2) detail a problem; 3) resolve the problem. Let story lead your narrative, not data.
  • 13. ACT 1 MAIN IDEA ACT 2 MAIN IDEA ACT 3 MAIN IDEA storyboarding with index cards 1) Make a grid with three acts and write out the main idea of each act
  • 14. IDEA FACT PHOTO IDEA OBSERVATION GRAPH FACT PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA MAP / DRAWING GRAPH IDEA FACT PHOTO PHOTO GRAPH GRAPH PHOTO FACT storyboarding with index cards PHOTO FACT 2) Write all of your content onto index cards.
  • 15. IDEA ACT 1 FACT IDEA FACT IDEA GRAPH FACT MAIN IDEA PHOTO PHOTO MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAP / DRAWING PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA ACT 2 FACT MAP / DRAWING FACT DIAGRAM PHOTO MAIN IDEA IDEA FACT MAP / DRAWING GRAPH PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO ACT 3 MAIN IDEA PHOTO IDEA IDEA MAP / DRAWING IDEA MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING PHOTO DIAGRAM storyboarding with index cards 3) Place the cards into the grid, grouping content based on the ideas you want to express.
  • 16. IDEA ACT 1 FACT IDEA FACT IDEA GRAPH FACT MAIN IDEA PHOTO PHOTO MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAP / DRAWING PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA ACT 2 FACT MAP / DRAWING FACT DIAGRAM PHOTO MAIN IDEA IDEA FACT MAP / DRAWING GRAPH PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO ACT 3 MAIN IDEA PHOTO IDEA IDEA MAP / DRAWING IDEA MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING PHOTO DIAGRAM storyboarding with index cards 4) Talk through your presentation – thinking especially about how you transition from one idea to another. What else do you need?
  • 17. IDEA ACT 1 FACT IDEA FACT IDEA GRAPH FACT MAIN IDEA PHOTO PHOTO MAP / DRAWING PHOTO MAP / DRAWING PHOTO DIAGRAM IDEA ACT 2 FACT MAP / DRAWING FACT DIAGRAM PHOTO MAIN IDEA IDEA FACT MAP / DRAWING GRAPH PHOTO PHOTO PHOTO ACT 3 MAIN IDEA PHOTO IDEA IDEA MAP / DRAWING IDEA MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING MAP / DRAWING PHOTO DIAGRAM storyboarding with index cards 5) Revise. Re-sequence / re-group cards; re-visit main ideas; edit and identify gaps in content (ideas / visuals).
  • 18. Main Idea Supporting Ideas Background / Clarification / Contradiction storyboarding on a blank page/whiteboard 1) Draw grid of boxes, leaving column on right for main and supporting ideas and background information.
  • 19. Title Title Title Message Message Message Title Title Title Message Message Message Title Title Title Message Message Message storyboarding on a blank page/whiteboard Main Idea(s) Supporting Ideas Background / Clarification / Contradiction 2) give a title for each box and a message, write main ideas and background information in right column.
  • 20. Title Title Title Main Idea(s) IDEA IDEA FACT FACT IDEA Message Message Message Title Title Title FACT FACT IDEA Supporting Ideas FACT FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title IDEA FACT IDEA Message Background / Clarification / Contradiction Message storyboarding on a blank page/whiteboard Message 3) Add content to each box, including graphics and visual documentation to support the message.
  • 21. Title Title Title Main Idea(s) IDEA IDEA FACT FACT IDEA Message Message Message Title Title Title FACT FACT IDEA Supporting Ideas FACT FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title IDEA FACT IDEA Message Background / Clarification / Contradiction Message storyboarding on a blank page/whiteboard Message 4) Talk through your presentation – how do the transitions work? does the content support the main idea?
  • 22. Title Title Title Main Idea(s) IDEA IDEA FACT FACT IDEA Message Message Message Title Title Title FACT FACT IDEA Supporting Ideas FACT FACT Message Message Message Title Title Title IDEA FACT IDEA Message Background / Clarification / Contradiction Message storyboarding on a blank page/whiteboard Message 5) Revise. Re-sequence / re-group cards; re-visit main ideas; edit and identify gaps in content (ideas / visuals).
  • 23. main point A main point b main point N main point X main point v main point L storyboarding: hybrid technique 1) Brain dump. List all main points in the order they occur to me.
  • 24. main point A assumption main point b key idea main point N assumptions main point X key idea main point v main point L storyboarding: hybrid technique 2) List any assumptions or key ideas required to understand or accept any of these points, build any especially significant ones into the list
  • 25. main point A assumption main point b key idea main point N assumptions main point X 5 key idea main point v main point L storyboarding: hybrid technique 3) Put your list in sequence. 3 1 2 5 4 4 6 7
  • 26. storyboarding: hybrid technique 1 2 5 4 analysis existing conditions { 3 4 6 7 { proposals main point A assumption main point b key idea main point N assumptions main point X 5 key idea main point v main point L main point b main point n main point a main point x main point Q main point v main point L main point M 4) Recopy the list and identify act/chapter breaks with main ideas. Evaluate per timing, duration and tonal needs, and readjust.
  • 27. Main Point 2 Main Point 1 FACT FACT IDEA FACT Message Message Message Main Point 3 Message Main Point 4 FACT Message Main Point 5 Message Main Point 6 Message Message Main Point 7 FACT ASSUMPTION IDEA ASSUMPTION Message storyboarding hybrid technique Message Message Message 5) Use the blank page/whiteboard method, sketch in ways to visualize each message. Try not to be limited to only the visual material you have already made.
  • 28. Main Point 2 Main Point 1 FACT FACT IDEA FACT FACT IDEA Message Message Message Message Main Point 3 Message Main Point 4 FACT Message Main Point 5 Message Main Point 6 Message Message Main Point 7 FACT ASSUMPTION IDEA ASSUMPTION Message storyboarding hybrid technique Message Message Message 6) Revise. Re-sequence; evaluate coherence, timing, pace and story arc; edit and identify gaps in content (ideas / visuals). Make additions.
  • 29. write a premise 10 brainstorm three acts/chapters 10 build your storyboard 20 Start with main ideas/points group discussion storyboarding exercise 20

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