Storyboarding like an Olympian
Storyboarding (eLearning) courses always generates a number of opinions!
Yesterday, I listened to an interview with Frank Cottrell Boyce, the writer who worked on the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony.
What was their solution? Simple – a clothes line across a room, lots of pegs, and lots of paper. This formed a brilliantly simple yet effective visual reminder of the “story”. They looked for where the ideas or gaps were missing, then clipped answers or suggestions onto the appropriate part of the line.
If you are looking for a way to make this process more visual with your client, and certainly more interactive/theatrical – perhaps this could be a great way to perform this important part of your Articulate Storyline, (or other authoring tool) projects.
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