Storyboarding

We are comfortable in all situations


It is our belief that every eLearning project must begin with an outline of content, a rapid prototype and then a storyboard. The storyboard must be written and approved by our clients before we begin programming.

Sometimes our clients provide us with the storyboard and tell us to go and program it. Sometimes our clients provide us with learning objectives and ask us to build a storyboard before building out the eLearning program. Sometimes our clients come to us with an idea and ask us to do it all.

We are comfortable in all situations. 

Whether we build out a super detailed storyboard in Microsoft Word, or we take a clients PowerPoint and convert that to a storyboard, its our nature to be creative and innovative in our approach. Storyboards tend to be linear – slide one feeds slide two which feeds slide three etc. But with authoring tools like Storyline, we can break the linear design and create a program that is more exploratory, immersive and quite frankly, much more fun for the learner.

At a minimum the storyboard should include the following:
  • Slide title
  • Page number
  • What the learner will see on the screen
  • What the learner will hear
  • What the learner will do on the screen (click this box, answer this question)
  • A description of any animated elements

Don’t know what a storyboard looks like? Click to download a storyboard sample here

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