Creating UX with Story Boarding

Other creative disciplines, such as film, have long used storyboarding during the design process to explore the space of possibilities for their users, and to guide the production of compelling user experience. With user interaction patterns becoming more complex as UI technology improves, storyboarding has now become an excellent tool for user interface design, even in typical business systems.

This session will introduce basic storyboarding processes, sketching and illustration, and alternatives for team-based creative storyboarding. No artistic talent necessary – even if you can’t draw anything more than a matchstick drawing, you too can add storyboarding to your toolbox for designing compelling and productive user experiences.

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