Sunday, December 12, 2010
Wow, this is an amazing resource: 500 Storyboard Tutorials & Resources. You'll find videos like this one:
Once the script is written – how do you effective communicate the visual direction of your film? The answer is storyboards – essentially a scene-by-scene visual guide to the screenplay of the film. Storyboards are a vital part of the pre-visualization process, as well as being an important tool for preproduction and on the set.
Developed in the 1930s by Walt Disney company for their animated cartoons, they grew in popularity during the early 40s. Storyboarding a film can be as simple as crudely drawn stick figures or advanced as elaborate 3D animatics with lens and motion simulators.
How can we use storyboards in our daily UX projects? There's lots to learn from those videos.