Storyboarding in PowerPoint with Visual Studio

PowerPoint is known and primarily used for presentations both big and small (like middle school small) because of how easy it is to learn the basics and create awesome content fast. The simplicity, and sometimes surprising depth, of PowerPoint makes it an amazing platform. When developers create websites or when Instructional Designers develop online content, the first two steps are almost always: Brainstorm and then Storyboard. PowerPoint is versatile and is simple enough for web devs and IDs to pick it up and mock up how they want things to look. There are simple shapes and lines that can be added that will permit detailed Storyboarding. But more advanced Storyboarding options (usually in web development) could take a long time to layout; the process could become more arduous than helpful. But with a simple free download of Visual Studio, you can unlock a “secret” Storyboarding tab in PowerPoint.

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