Outline. Prototype. Storyboard. These are the essential elements of progression that stand as the foundation of every learning program we create. Before we begin the programming process, the storyboard must be developed, written, and approved by the client.
Some clients prefer to create their own storyboard. Sometimes the client creates an outline, and we create the storyboard. Sometimes we do it all. There is no right or wrong way, and we can accommodate all of our client preferences with our comfortable, flexible, and innovative approach to all situations.p>
Upon approval, we can begin using Storyline to break through the traditional linear design of the storyboard, creating a program that is exploratory, immersive, and much more fun for the learner.
Not sure what a storyboard looks like? Click to download a storyboard sample here.