Posts tagged "rapid prototype"

October 7, 2011

To Storyboard or Not to Storyboard!


“I can’t imagine creating an eLearning course without first drafting a storyboard!”

Storyboards help me define the flow of the course, scenarios, interactions, technical and graphic details, all in a single document which I can share with the stakeholders for review and sign-off. This exercise makes me feel confident to carry on with the development of the course and invest time and effort in creating the course assets. It also gives me an assurance that I have a buy-in from the stakeholders regarding the content and flow of the course.

But, now-a-days, we are observing a shift where the eLearning designers prefer to create a rapid prototype instead of a storyboard and build their courses from there, in small incremental steps.

Hmmmm… Interesting! So is it time to say good bye to storyboards Continue reading…

Posted by poojajaisingh10:48 PM Permalink
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