Storyboarding - Storyboarding for New Media Objectives • Understand storyboarding for new media • Understand the development of storyboard

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Unformatted text preview: Storyboarding for New Media Objectives • Understand storyboarding for new media. • Understand the development of storyboard sequences for illustrating navigation options and graphic look. • Identify elements of the game design document for storyboarding. • Use the storyboard as a guide, which helps layout your edit list of “scenes” in a manageable order. The Storyboarding Process The Storyboarding Process Design Document • Includes description of the entire project, and how it will be implemented Project milestones Production elements Description of design Interactivity of each interface Project Structure • The organization of content Must be easy to navigate. Offer content that is intriguing. Inspire the user to come back again. The Script • Content written for multimedia • Usually written in a 2- column format with video and audio columns • Interactive story-telling • Scripts for interactive programs are nonlinear and must be written in bits and pieces. •Demonstrates...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2010 for the course CGT 256 taught by Professor None during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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Storyboarding - Storyboarding for New Media Objectives • Understand storyboarding for new media • Understand the development of storyboard

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