Few Points to Remember: (Story Board)

Few Points to Remember: (Story Board)

Postby saurabh.singhal » Thu Apr 17, 2014 11:35 am

Whenever you are going to present a content, do consider the following points:

-Flow should be maintained throughout carefully.
-Visualize before you present, brainstorm the ideas, then come to a final pattern which you think is the best suited.
-Theme should be comprising of the broad idea of your presentation. You should be aware upfront what are you going to present and how.
-Engage the user at each and every step, don't just go with click and read pattern.
-Feed the content slowly so that it remains interesting as well as consumable for the user.
-Always reinforce by giving notes at stages wherever required.
-Picture is worth a thousand words, try to make pictorial representations wherever possible.
-Always keep the user informed about his location. Tell him how much he has covered and what next.
-Try and use scenarios in places of examples.
-Always connect the dots. Make sure you give it a proper ending.
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Re: Few Points to Remember: (SB)

Postby kawstov » Thu Apr 17, 2014 11:57 am

Nice thing Saurabh,

Let me include some food for thought on your points:

-Flow should be maintained throughout carefully.
-Visualize before you present, brainstorm the ideas, then come to a final pattern which you think is the best suited.
Read this http://blog.kawstov.com/?p=370


-Theme should be comprising of the broad idea of your presentation. You should be aware upfront what are you going to present and how.
-Engage the user at each and every step, don't just go with click and read pattern. Read this - http://blog.kawstov.com/?p=680

-Feed the content slowly so that it remains interesting as well as consumable for the user. Read this - http://elearningandsharing.blogspot.in/2010/12/quick-e-learning-tips-from-cup-of.html


-Always reinforce by giving notes at stages wherever required.
-Picture is worth a thousand words, try to make pictorial representations wherever possible.
-Always keep the user informed about his location. Tell him how much he has covered and what next.
-Try and use scenarios in places of examples.
-Always connect the dots. Make sure you give it a proper ending.

Read this http://blog.kawstov.com/?p=568
Cheers!
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