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The perfect storyboard is an illusion.
But you already know this – don't you?
You also know that storyboards are the craziest thing to create.
Creativity of all the four kinds (visual, textual, aural, and kinesthetic,) logic, smarts, empathy, passion, patience…and a few more attributes.
In this episode, we discuss the important dos and don’ts of writing good visual descriptions, onscreen texts, and programming notes or interactivity descriptions. So if you are an instructional designer who has storyboarded at least once, then this episode can help you enhance your storyboarding skills.
Warning: If you’ve never storyboarded before – this episode isn’t going to make a lot of sense to you. It assumes that you’ve been into eLearning storyboarding and want to go further.
I’d like to thank Tripti Saun, an instructional designer and curriculum developer from Mumbai, India (https://www.linkedin.com/in/tripti-saun-ba0052112/) for suggesting that I do a podcast on storyboarding.
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Icon Art Credit: Ranjeet Anand (http://instagram.com/poetrywithpixels)
Music Credits: From Song “Trophy Endorphins” by Andy G. Cohen released under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License