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EuroTAAC 2000 The Scoop on Storyboarding. Welcome. EuroTAAC 2000 The Scoop on Storyboarding. Agenda Speaker Introduction/Background Audience Survey/Exercise Storyboard Elements,Types and Examples Integrating SB’s into the ISD Process High-end example Revisiting the Need for Storyboards

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eurotaac 2000 the scoop on storyboarding2
EuroTAAC 2000The Scoop on Storyboarding
  • Agenda
      • Speaker Introduction/Background
      • Audience Survey/Exercise
      • Storyboard Elements,Types and Examples
      • Integrating SB’s into the ISD Process
      • High-end example
      • Revisiting the Need for Storyboards
      • Discussion/Q & A
introduction who the heck is mark steiner
BS Industrial Tech. IL. State ‘88

MS Industrial Training IL St. ‘92

10 years training & interactive media dev. experience

Large EPC Co. 1992-1997

Authorware 2.0, 1993

Whittman-Hart 1997-present

Dozens of projects from 2 min. to 33 hours in runtime

Instructor at Roosevelt Univ. in Chicago CBT course 50% ID, 50 % AW

Introduction: Who the heck is Mark Steiner???
audience survey
Audience Survey
  • The majority of my projects are training related . . .
  • I consider myself an Instructional Designer . . .
  • I have used storyboards on a project . . .
  • I prefer to use storyboards on projects . . .
  • Some average project sizes ($, runtime)
  • How many people have used relational databases as a tool for storyboards?
audience exercise
Audience Exercise
  • Fold the paper in half
  • Turn the paper 90 degrees
  • Tear off the best corner
  • Fold the paper in half, again.
  • Tear off the next best corner.
  • Fold the paper in thirds, exactly.
  • Turn the paper 122 degrees
  • Tear off outside corner.
  • DONE!
so what
SO WHAT !!!!!!
  • Interactive media projects are usually complicated.
  • Often there are many people fulfilling many roles, and somehow, they must be communicated what is to be done.
  • The most successful, well-run, least painful projects ARE NOT LUCK!
  • One key to a successful project is a well-defined process, combined with the tools to support it.
storyboard definition
Storyboard Definition
  • A storyboard contains information on text, graphics, audio, animation, video, user interaction and feedback, color, etc., used in the development of CBT
  • In other words, everything necessary for team members involved in production (and review) to do their jobs
storyboard types
Storyboard Types
  • Raw, conceptual, brainstorming
  • Animation
  • Video shoot
  • CBT/WBT
  • Miscellaneous others . . .
a quote
A Quote . . .
  • Make things as simple as possible - but no simpler. --Albert Einstein
storyboard elements
Unique identification information

A sketch or drawing of screen.

Color, placement, and size of graphics

On-screen text, if any, for each screen.

Color, size, and type of font (may be set globally)

Narration text

Graphics, Animation, Audio, Video details & filenames

Required user interaction

User feedback information

Previous and next screen branching information

ETC!

Storyboard Elements
storyboard examples
Storyboard Examples
  • Simple Presentation Example using PowerPoint
  • Video Storyboarding
  • “Standard” CBT Storyboard
factors used to determine storyboard approach
Factors Used to Determine Storyboard Approach
  • Size of project
  • Complexity of project
  • Desired outputs from storyboards
  • Stability of the content
  • Past dealings with client
  • Your team’s level of understanding of the process
  • Client’s level of understanding of the process
project roles
Project Roles
  • Development Team
        • Project Manager
        • Lead / other ID’s
        • Lead / other Developers
        • Lead / Graphic Des.
        • Media Specialists-Animation, Audio, Video . . .
  • Client Team
        • Buyer
        • Acceptor
        • Reviewers, Users
        • SME’s
integrating sb s into the process
Integrating SB’s into the process
  • Instructional System Design (ISD)
    • Analysis
    • Design
    • Development
    • Implementation
    • Evaluation
  • Also known as “ADDIE”
  • Used in engineering and other disciplines, not just ID
another quote or who cares about this isd stuff
Another quote or . . .Who cares about this ISD stuff???!?
  • The secret of getting ahead is getting started. The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.

--Mark Twain

integrating sb s into the process analysis phase
Integrating SB’s into the processAnalysis Phase
  • Analysis Phase Activities
    • Task/Content Analysis
    • Audience Analysis
    • Motivational Analysis
  • Analysis Phase Deliverables
    • Importance of review and validation!
    • Analysis and Findings Report
    • Initial Content Outline
    • Proposed design/solutions/timeline/cost
integrating sb s into the process design phase
Integrating SB’s into the processDesign Phase
  • Design Phase Activities
    • Determine Training Design
    • Write Objectives
    • Develop Flowchart(s)
    • Complete Rapid Prototyping
    • Complete Add’l Analysis and Design
integrating sb s into the process design phase continued
Integrating SB’s into the processDesign Phase (continued)
  • Design Phase Activities (continued)
    • Determine Project Standards
    • BEGIN STORYBOARDING!
      • Specify and integrate:
        • Objectives
        • Instructional Treatments
        • Screen Types
        • Media
        • Branching
        • Feedback
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Integrating SB’s into the processDesign Phase (continued)
  • Design Phase Deliverables
    • Importance of review and validation!
    • Initial Training Design Document
    • Flowcharts
    • Rapid Prototype(s)
    • Models and Templates
    • Design Document and Standards, Testing Plan
    • Storyboards
integrating sb s into the process development phase
Integrating SB’s into the processDevelopment Phase
  • Development Phase Activities
    • Creation, manipulation, and importing of media (based on SB’s-of course!)
      • Graphics/Text
      • Audio
      • Video
      • Animation
    • Implementation/tweaking of models
    • FULL SCALE DEVELOPMENT!
    • QA!
integrating sb s into the process development phase continued
Integrating SB’s into the process Development Phase (continued)
  • Development Phase Deliverables
    • Possibly key media/model samples, if not sufficiently constructed/validated during prototyping
    • Individual Modules for testing and approval
    • User documentation for pilot, as scoped
integrating sb s into the process implementation phase
Integrating SB’s into the processImplementation Phase
  • Implementation Phase Activities
    • Assist in beta testing/pilot implementation, as scoped
    • Incorporate required changes, as scoped
    • Produce collateral material
      • Supplementary training materials, job aids, CD-ROM’s, Participant Guides, Administration Guides, etc.
    • Assist in full-scale implementation
integrating sb s into the process evaluation phase
Integrating SB’s into the processEvaluation Phase
  • Evaluation Phase
    • Anybody ever heard of Kirkpatrick????
    • 4 Levels of Evaluation
    • Few evaluations beyond Levels 1 or 2 are ever done in training
    • WHY ? ? ? ?
integrating sb s into the process evaluation phase or lack thereof
Integrating SB’s into the processEvaluation Phase (or lack thereof)
  • Reasons for lack of sufficient and meaningful evaluations
    • Client’s aren’t educated of their value
    • Lack of training profession’s understanding of methods and value
    • Often aren’t included in scope of project
    • It’s easy NOT to do
    • Though . . . if it’s training, there MUST/SHOULD be at least a Level 2
take a breath
Take a Breath ! ! !
  • Are you convinced that process and tools (including SB’s) are an invaluable consideration in the development of interactive media?
  • Did any of this presentation cause you to rethink the approach, process, and tools you use to complete projects?
big deal
Big Deal !!!!
  • You might be thinking: “That’s a lot of rhetoric on the ISD process and just a little on storyboards, don’t you have some grand example to display the merits of implementing this on a project????”
  • I’m glad you asked ! ! ! !
relational databases and storyboards
Relational Databases and Storyboards
  • All team members can have access to the file(s) over a network
  • The database allows for displaying, manipulating, and generating data; actual authoring code can be generated/exported
  • Different views for different people!!!
  • Issue logs can be built into the database and tracked throughout the life of a project
  • Input ONCE, use MANY!!!!!
  • So let’s see it already . . .
let s review
Let’s Review . . .
  • What we do is complicated.
  • There are too many project-killing decisions that HAVE to be made BY SOMEONE to leave things to chance.
  • Find/implement a proven, repeatable process that works for you!
  • Storyboards are usually a key component in this process.
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V/O about today’s market situation and conditions, growth of radio, TV, cable,

  • Graph axis grow from center point, lines grow
  • Music level/style drops