Storyboarding Toolkit


Bring your ideas to life with storyboards

This Storyboarding Toolkit has over 150 hand-drawn visual assets for you to create storyboards, to bring your customer and product ideas and stories to life.

Storyboards are an engaging and memorable way to show not only what your idea is, but what it does - for your customers, employees, or whoever the characters in your storyboards represent. BUT, you might not be big on drawing confidence or time, and that's where this kit comes in. It kinda does the drawing for you!

What this kit contains

🏞️ 11 scenes and backgrounds

💬 15+ speech balloons and thought balloons

👋 15+ hands and devices

🚶‍♂️ 20 full-length figures

🧑 50+ faces

💁‍♂️ 40 bodies

📄 3 storyboard templates a panel of examples and ideas for inspiration.

Who this template is for

This is for you if you are:

  • A Researcher, Designer, or Product Manager who wants to explain your ideas and information about customers, products and services in a really compelling memorable way

  • A Design Sprint (or any other workshop) Facilitator who wants to help groups be more creative, and to express their ideas visually

  • A Change Manager who wants to pitch ideas and plans that stakeholders can relate to much more

Great to use in groups online

This kit and set of templates are perfect for online workshops, where groups need to:

  • Explain current-state and future-state scenarios visually

  • Share and critique ideas for product and service improvements

  • Prototype how ideas will work quickly and cheaply

Easy to use, easy to share

Here's how your workshop participants can use this template:

  1. Make a copy of the desired storyboard template

  2. Make copies of the various elements to create characters, dialog, scenes and stories, quickly and easily... AND have a bit of fun along the way

  3. If needed, export single panels as images to display in presentations, or as PDFs to print and/or share online for further collaboration

This template includes a step-by-step guide on how to create a storyboard, as well as some examples and ideas for inspiration.

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Ben Crothers
Principal Facilitator@Bright Pilots
I really enjoy helping teams to think better, solve problems together better, and communicate better. I've been using visualisation methods and drawing at work for ages, and Miro's functionality suits my workflow - and the teams I work with - really well.
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