Mastering Your Elearning Storyboard

Originally developed at Walt Disney Studios in the 1930s, a storyboard is a method of organising illustrations or images in sequence. Its aim is to help us visualise a film, animation, motion graphic or other interactive media. Storyboards are now used in web development, software development and instructional design to present and describe all visual, text, audio and interactive elements. For instructional designers and other elearning professionals, an elearning storyboard is a map that guides us through the courses we create.

 

Why use a storyboard?

Have you ever tried to build a piece of well-known Swedish flat-pack furniture without looking at the instructions? Has it ever gone wrong near the end and you’ve had to take it all apart and start from scratch? That’s why we storyboard!

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