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.

Conclusion

This question is a part of the Check Your Knowledge section of the second lesson Storyboard to bring experiences to life from the Communicate your ideas through storytelling and design course. You can check out all the answers to this exam on our Communicate your ideas through Storytelling and Design Answers page.

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