Does storyboarding save or add time to the process?
May 21, 2015
I recently posted an article about E-Learning Storyboards vs. Prototypes and I got asked this great question from community member Alyssa Gomez who asked:
"I work on an instructional design team that does not use storyboarding or prototyping because the nature of our company requires us to produce courses at a fairly fast rate. Most of my teammates feel that storyboarding or prototyping will take up too much time, so instead they jump directly into course-building. I have recently learned about the process of storyboarding, and I would like to know your thoughts: do you think storyboarding adds time to the process or saves time overall? I would love to share your thoughts with my team. Thank you!"
So I'd like to hear from the community...
Do you feel that storyboarding adds time, or saves time, overall?
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