Storyboards / reviewer feedback

Jun 02, 2014

I'm about to begin a very interactive course in Storyline. The possibilities in SL are very exciting, but I'd like to find better/easier/quicker ways to communicate my ideas to my client and their comments back to me. I am interested in ideas for:

  1. Storyboarding - In the past I've described interactions/actions/feedback in text, but this course will be much less linear and there will be multiple interactions on each screen, so I'm concerned that reviewers will not be able to 'see' what I'm suggesting. And if I go the prototype route, i.e. successive approximation, that brings up my second question....
  2. Reviewer feedback - When there are multiple interactions on a screen, how do the reviewers identify what they are commenting on? (I am a contractor so will not be on-site with them.) Most recently, I've included the slide numbers in the menu on the left so that reviewers can at least identify the screen they are commenting on. But is there an easy way for them to identify which interaction, etc.?

Any suggestions will be appreciated...particularly by my clients, I'm sure! 

3 Replies
Rebecca Fleisch Cordeiro

Hi Carrie,

My HAS been a while since you posted! Sorry no one got back to you. Perhaps you can find what you're looking for in some of these threads:

Collaborative Storyboarding and Planning Suggestions?

Building eLearning interactions with your SMEs (you can never go wrong with a blog post by Community Manager David Anderson)

Using Storyline to storyboard projects (spoiler: not everyone in this thread uses Storyline)

Storyboarding in Storyline?

You'll find some sample Storyboards on this download page

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