While we're reviewing your specification drafts, your responsibility this week is to design a detailed storyboard for your team's video prototype, including:
- all of the major scenes, in order
- details for the transitions between screens
- details for what each scene will focus on
- a script for your audio narration, tested to ensure it's only 2-3 minutes long
Your submission should include a photograph of your storyboard and a document containing your script. As with the specification drafts, only one of your team members need to submit the draft to Canvas It should be named 'homework 9 - TEAM NAME', with team name matching the one in your document
Remember, this prototype should include as much detail as possible. That way, when you're testing it the viewer can imagine what it would be like to watch your video. Note, however, that a video prototype isn't necessarily a hi-fidelity, full motion artifact. Video could simply be a series of photographs with audio narration, or a mix of live action with diagrams. The key is to communicate well, not achieve high fidelity (unless you need high fidelity to communicate well).