Product development focuses on two arenas: creation and innovation. Both are expensive and eat up time. Rather than build a product prototype or invest in a new process, your organization can share a storyboard.
You've got great ideas, but don't know where to go. Don't worry, Storyboard That has an excellent resource for product development and establishing yourself in a market.
Start at Part 1: The Elevator Pitch of Storyboard That's Illustrated Guide to Product Development.
This is the second part of our Illustrated Guide to Product Development series. In the previous article, we made an amazing elevator pitch example storyboard describing our product and making sure the core of our vision was a product people would really want to use. Although we are still very early on in our product strategy, taking a moment to “jump ahead” to review a few business strategies now will allow us to have deeper conversations throughout the product development process.
Personas are a framework to create and bring archetypal customers and users to life. By focusing on discrete types of users, it makes it easier to visualize and imagine how these actors would interact with a system and identify important use cases and features. They have been in use since the mid-90s and are a common part of ethnographic research.
Storyboard That allows anyone to build amazing and powerful storyboards in minutes for a business idea through full new product development - without the need for an artist. Storyboard That is the world’s most popular online storyboard creator with millions of storyboards created. Bringing a new product to life is expensive and time consuming. In today’s world of lean product development and lean manufacturing, faster, better, and cheaper prototypes are the best. With Storyboard That, you can quickly create a storyboard that shows your product from a customer’s perspective and really tell the story of why your product will "wow" customers and dominate the marketplace. Build amazing pitch decks for meetings with potential investors.
We give and get instructions all of the time, whether it is a tutorial on a website, a recipe for dinner, or directions to the post office. We go through various processes too, as do many natural phenomena. Life cycles, routines, photosynthesis, digestion - processes are everywhere! Instructions and processes are so much more easily understood when accompanied by visuals. When we storyboard a process or create a sequential diagram, we can focus on discrete steps, cause and effect, and sequence.