Visualize the sequence of the interaction step by step. The storyboard is the foundation for a specific implementation of a concept.
Create a generally understandable description of the entire interaction sequence or user experiences in form of sequential pictures.
Narrative story, first experience prototype(s).
Compile all of the materials prepared so far, such as first idea sketches, narrative story and story plot. They serve as a basis to define the specific context of use and to set a starting and end point for the storyboard.
The experience designer teams up with developers and customer experts and develops a sequence of pictures or sketches describing goald and experiences of the characters with the product.
The form of visualizations depends on the tools used and the creator of the storyboard. Two examples of different forms of visualization and levels of detail are shown on the right.
Storyboard and experience prototypes mutually affect each other. In the event that first experience prototypes are already present at this stage you can use these to provide details for the storyboard and to check and define intricacies.
Visualize critical moments in the utilization sequence in Key Frames within the storyboard and lay the foundation for further implementation.
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