CHAPTER 16 STORYBOARD PROTOTYPING

DESCRIPTION

CHARACTERISTICS

AN OVERVIEW OF WHAT A STORYBOARD PROTOTYPE LOOKS LIKE

TYPES OF STORYBOARDS

STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE

HOW THE STORYBOARD SESSION WORKS

NEXT ITERATION GOING BEYOND THIS PROTOTYPE

REFERENCES

DESCRIPTION

Storyboards are a narrative prototype. They narrate a scenario illustrating how the use cases and functional requirements are played out in the context of a user’s actual tasks. The storyboard usually follows a specific plot or storyline to tell the story illustrated with interface mockups or illustrations of end users using/interacting with the software.

Storyboards are most often created early in the software design process. A storyboard is also used to help software teams flesh out the convergence ...

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