Have you ever tried making a business video?
You probably should do. It helps to visual your ideas to life for people to understand and give constructive feedback.
One of the key tools of sharing your business vision is a storyboard. A storyboard is a comic book version of your script. It will help you identify the resources you’ll need to complete the story and even find problems and solutions that you might’ve completely missed before.
So grab some paper and a pen and start storyboarding!
Getting you inspired – below is a storyboard example of movie booking app.
A storyboard is a test to your vision of the brand
- Create blank slides – Leave space to write notes and lines from the script for each frame
- Establish a timeline – How long will it take to produce this video?
- Identify key scenes – Describe and sketch your frame. Determine action and dialogue
- Draft a script – Refine it until it’s clear and concise
- Get Feedback – Use it to brainstorm ideas or evaluate a proposed solution
Make a copy using Google Docs-> File->Make a copy option.
- If the storyboard gets too long, break it into smaller sequences
- Pick a theme. Use video infographic
- Ensure that it is visually consistent from beginning to end