What is Multimedia Storyboarding?
Multimedia storyboarding is a tool to communicate your idea or scenario of use. A multimedia storyboard can include elements of video, sketch, text, audio, photos, & even physical prototypes to illustrate the story, be it linear or non-linear storyline.
Why use Multimedia Storyboarding?
Multimedia storyboarding can serve many purposes. When used in the Discover phase it can allow you to better understand current situations. In the Define Phase, it can allow you to hone in on key aspects of your design to iterate on. While in the Develop phase it can allow you to quickly and effectively communicate your ideas and concepts.
This video gives you a walk-through on how you might conduct Multimedia Storyboarding, with helping examples relating to an Autonomous Vehicle Design Challenge.
Here are some examples of Multimedia Storyboards.
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