Often I suggest to those working on visual projects – video, animation, photo features, and others – that they develop a storyboard that represents the ideas they are trying to communicate. Storyboards are visual representations of a story or series of ideas, and they usually also include information about setting, action, camera angles, and more. You may be familiar with animation movie storyboards, in which the animators sketch scenes and match to developing script to show the movement of the storyline.

Storyboards are useful both to instructors and to students working on presentations and special projects. If you’d like to learn more about how to use them, I recommend visiting the following Web sites:


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