A storyboard conveys a complex narrative, in short, using visual art techniques. Ideally, the process is a quick and affordable start to a user experience project, allowing for the development of many ideas, critical comparison, and improved communication. It’s my option that a mixed-method approach is best, and below are some examples. You can do it any way you want, use a template tool, and group consensus.
The style and method of image-making add layers of meaning to the story. In a sense, the material is to emotion if the image is the thought. In this post, you will see three examples of styles and methods. The goal is to tell great stories, so please share ideas in the comments below. What stories do you like? I love all three of these design tools!
Storyboard Style and Mixed Method Production Methods
Use both subjective and objective methods in working out a user experience story flow. The mixed-method is using all kinds of techniques. Below there are three image examples, a video, a website, and a city arts plan storyboard. The video example is from the late director, Stew Birbrower. The website storyboard is from Adobe XD, an interactive prototype application.