Communicate your ideas through Storytelling and Design Answers (Updated 2021)

This post provides answers to all the Check your Knowledge questions and the Topic Quiz questions asked in the Communicate your ideas through Storytelling and Design Module from the Google Digital Garage and Google Digital Unlocked curriculum.

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Communicate your ideas through Storytelling and Design Check Your Knowledge Answers

In this section, you will get the answers to the Check your Knowledge questions which are asked after every lesson.

Lesson 1 – Mind map to explore ideas

Q.1 – Adrian needs to come up with ideas for a new project at work. He needs some inspiration and has decided to try mind mapping. What steps could he take to give his ideas some structure?

The correct order of steps is:

Step 1 – Put the subject in the middle of the page.

Step 2 – Draw spokes out from the main idea.

Step 3 – Write different ideas, words, or images at the end of each spoke.

Step 4 – Connect the different ideas, words, and images by drawing lines between them.

Lesson 2 – Storyboard to bring experiences to life

Q.2 – Jack’s team is starting a new design project. Instead of jumping right in, he thinks storyboarding the ideas would help better orient the design process. His team members are unfamiliar with storyboards. What are some arguments he can use to convince them to make a storyboard for this project?

(A) Storyboards are what artists use, so they’re a natural format for design.

(B) They provide a clear representation of objectives and goals that you can come back to during the whole process.

(C) They can be used as a communication tool with stakeholders.

(D) They help to explore ideas and experiences in a visual manner.

Lesson 3 – Create a presentation that engages your audience

Q.3 – Nicolas works at a start-up, where people particularly appreciate dynamic presentations. He has an important presentation coming up next week. He’s worried his presentation style is too boring. What advice could help him engage his audience?

(A) Go into a lot of detail.

(B) Tell stories in chronological order.

(C) Talk about what you find interesting.

(D) Keep your audience in mind.

(E) Work hard on your opening.

(F) Tell a story with your presentation.

Lesson 4 – Use a critical eye to select images

Q.4 – Your colleague, Lucas, is planning to pitch the team’s big idea to a group of investors. He tests the presentation on you and your colleagues. His slides are full of text. He hasn’t used a single visual because he thinks “they’re not serious”. What can you say to help convince him to improve his presentation with visuals?

(A) There should be no text in a presentation because it’s frustrating to read and listen at the same time.

(B) Funny visuals can make an audience laugh, which is the best way to engage them.

(C) Visuals help viewers remember what you’re presenting.

(D) Images can help tell a story and engage your audience.

Communicate your ideas through Storytelling and Design Topic Quiz Answers

This section contains answers to all the quiz questions asked after you complete all the lessons.

Q.1 – Mind mapping is a tool that can be used to:

(A) Formally reject a proposal

(B) Decorate a report

(C) Look for associations and connections

(D) Provide a business plan to a client

Q.2 – While storyboarding can help explore ideas through a series of frames, a single frame can be used for:

(A) Goal-setting

(B) Doodling

(C) Communicating a series of events

(D) Creating a presentation

Q.3 – Which of the following is the best advice for choosing images for a presentation?

(A) Use as many images as possible

(B) Select only a few images that really tell your story

(C) Use someone else’s copyrighted images without permission

(D) Avoid using text with images

Q.4 – In which of the following situations would storytelling be least effective?

(A) During a presentation

(B) When pitching to a client

(C) During a job interview

(D) When proposing an idea you’re not sure about


Here you will get 100% correct answers to all the questions from the Google Digital Garage Communicate your ideas through Storytelling and Design module. After completing this, you should check out our answers to all 26 modules of the Google Digital Garage Fundamentals of Digital Marketing course and the Google Digital Unlocked Fundamentals of Digital Marketing course.

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