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UX Design: 5 Creating Scenarios and Storyboards

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Overview

Identify design gaps and the exact features you need to build to make your users happy. Learn how to write scenarios and create storyboards in this installment of the series.

Scenarios and storyboards provide a reality check for your designs, helping you identify design gaps and articulate exactly what features you need to build to make users happy. This course shows how to use these tools to map the concepts generated during the ideation phase of UX design to a user's real-world tasks. Author Chris Nodder explains how to write scenarios and transform them into visual storyboards that show elements that are hard to describe with words alone, such as emotion, action, detail, and progression.

By the end, you'll have clear documentation to lead you through prototyping and implementation. Explore these phases and more in UX Design Techniques series on Chris's author page.

Syllabus

Introduction
  • Welcome
1. Scenarios and Storyboards in the User-Centered (UCD) Process
  • What are the uses of scenarios and storyboards?
  • Where these techniques fit in the UCD process
  • The benefits of scenarios and storyboards
2. Creating Scenarios
  • Prerequisites for scenario creation
  • Writing scenarios
  • Tips for good scenarios
3. Storyboards to Visualize Scenarios
  • From scenario to storyboard
  • Storyboard creation
  • Tips for good storyboards
Conclusion
  • Next steps: Prototyping

Taught by

Chris Nodder

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