Storyboarding Multimedia

The accompanying illustration shows what a page from a bought storyboard pad can look like. This pad was A3. The dotted lines indicate perforations: you can separate the frames to shuffle them about and tack them to a board as an aid to group discussion. The pads look neat and professional. Of course, they're so simple that printing one's own storyboard pads is an obvious alternative to buying commercially produced ones, and you can customise your own to suit your specific multimedia requirements which may vary in laserdisc, CD-ROM, CD-I, etc., production.