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UX Design


In UX design, a storyboard is a series of panels or frames that visually describes and explores a user’s experience with a product. Telling a story through visuals is often more effective than using words. 

A real product might have many screens, but your storyboard should focus on just the most important parts of a user’s experience with a product. As their name suggests, there’s a story that should be told through the panels of a storyboard. The four key elements of a storyboard are Character, Scene, Plot and Narrative. There are two common types of storyboards in UX design as discussed below:

Big Picture Storyboards

Big picture storyboards focus on what the user needs, their context, and why the product will be useful to the user. Big picture storyboards are often used early in the design process when designers are trying to get stakeholders to support their ideas.

Close-up Storyboards

Close-up storyboards concentrate on the product and how it works. They’re best used in the middle to the end of the design process.


UX Design Storyboard
UX Design Storyboard
UX Design Storyboard
UX Design Storyboard
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