Storyboarding and Prototyping
You wouldn’t head into the woods on a hike without a navigational tool would you? Storyboards and prototyping serve as your instructional design navigational tools, and it’s imperative to make the time to create them early on in the design process. You need to understand clear definitions of storyboarding and prototyping, so you can then storyboard your e-learning solution, create a physical prototype for feedback, and create a refined prototype for final interface design. Most important, find out how to make time for these often-overlooked processes. Deploy new interfaces with confidence so they resonate with stakeholders and end users.
Who should attend:
Instructional designers who develop asynchronous e-learning programs, regardless of the platform or software used, will benefit from this course.