Using a mobile application to create better storyboards

In this video, I will show you how I use a mobile application to create better storyboards and to avoid some problems I encounter when writing storyboards in Word. If you are not ready to leave Word behind yet, you could use this application for initial brainstorming and annotations.

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4 thoughts on “Using a mobile application to create better storyboards

  1. Really nice idea, Mayra – and thanks for the demo! Like you, I get far more out of a summarized visual like this rather than looking at a standard storyboard, which is essentially documentation that makes it difficult to get a sense of what the true flow of the course will be. Well done!!

  2. Hi! I was wondering whether you can use “links”, to show the progress of the course in some way. I was worried when I looked at the last image that all I saw was a big board full of notes, and could not conceptually visualise the course.

    • Hi Bruce! Great question. I cannot use links, but, in order to show the progress of the course, I use numbers to identify each section and I could use letters to identify sub-sections, for example. I have added a picture under the video to illustrate this so you can have a closer look. I´m eager to listen suggestions and ideas on how to improve this approach. Thank you so much for bringing this up!

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