Create a visual guide to different scenarios, collaboratively and creatively.
Storyboarding is a technique that’s traditionally used to plan the scenes in a movie, TV show, or commercial, but in recent years creating an online storyboard has gained popularity in the business world. You can use the storyboarding technique to imagine various scenarios and visualize how a customer/user will think, feel, and act.
About the storyboard template
When should you use a storyboard template?
You can use the storyboard template anytime you’d like to really put yourself in a customer or user’s position and understand how they think, feel, and act. This tactic can be especially useful when you know there’s a problem or inefficiency with an existing process. You can storyboard how things are now and how you’d like them to be in the future. You might also want to storyboard before you launch a new product, feature, or service in order to anticipate what is likely to happen.
How do you use the storyboard template?
Start with our pre-made storyboard maker, making any changes you’d like to suit your particular needs. Invite team members to join your board and collaborate. Use the @mention or video chat if you need to get input from others. You can upload other file types such as documents, photos, videos, and PDFs to store all the relevant information in one place.
Easy to use
Save time by using our pre-made storyboard template instead of creating your own from scratch. Get started by signing up for free to update it with your own information.
Invite your team members to collaborate on your new storyboard template. Miro enables you to engage co-located and remote teams on a virtual whiteboard, without constraints.
Need to share your online storyboard template with others? Miro has multiple exporting options, like saving to PDF.
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