Our mission is to provide simple and clever visual tools for people of all ages around the world, focusing on the Four C's (Critical Thinking, Creativity, Communication, and Collaboration) in order to help improve the world's thinking capabilities and potential.
Storyboard That is a group of artists, teachers, developers, and innovators based in historic Boston, MA who are enthusiastic about bringing digital storytelling to everyone, no matter who or where they are. Whether you're in an office or a classroom, communication and critical thinking is something we believe is paramount to success, and we've created resources to help accomplish that.
Started as a desktop application in 2012, Storyboard That has grown into a place where teachers can create materials and lessons for their classes, students can take ownership of their voice and learning, and businesses can more effectively grow and communicate both internally and with clients.
Aaron Sherman is the CEO and Creator of Storyboard That, the award-winning, world leader in digital storytelling technology. Storyboard That was born out of a desire to help individuals grow their "Four Cs - Critical Thinking, Communication, Creativity and Collaboration." With a passion for constantly pushing the envelope, Aaron and his team approach every day with one simple question: "What can we do to make our community stronger?"
Prior to starting Storyboard That, Aaron worked in senior roles in both technology and marketing in Boston, Barcelona, and Sydney and has a Masters of Computer Science from RPI.
Aaron has spoken at MassCue, Tufts University, General Assembly, and TeacherCast.net.
Our headquarters are located in Historic Boston, MA.
Storyboard That's award-winning, browser based Storyboard Creator is the perfect tool to create storyboards, graphic organizers, comics, and powerful visual assets for use in an education, business, or personal setting. The application includes many layouts, and hundreds of characters, scenes, and search items. Once a storyboard is created, the user can present via PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Apple Keynote, or they can email the storyboard, post to social media, or embed on a blog. Storyboards are stored in the users' account for access anywhere, from any device, no download needed. Storyboard That helps anyone be creative and add a visual component to any and every idea. What will you create today?
Quick Rubric makes it simple to create, edit, share, print, and organize rubrics to make student assessment even easier. Rubrics are integrated seamlessly within created assignments.
Photos for Class is an award-winning, safe-for-school, Creative Commons, properly attributed photo search engine. It is integrated into Storyboard That for use in storyboards, graphic organizers, and presentations.
Photos for Work is a safe-for-work, Creative Commons, properly attributed photo search engine, based on our award winning Photos for Class. It is integrated into Storyboard That for use in storyboards, visual assets, and presentations.