Aniket Dharia
Creating effective Storyboards for Mobile Learning
by Aniket Dharia - Friday, 26 June 2015, 6:15 AM


Hi All - 

If you wondering how an Instructional Designer should approach Mobile Learning Frameworks like Adapt from Storyboarding point of view.

I would like to present you a blog -

Do let us know your views and if this is helpful or you would like us to add more details.



Stefan Reicher, LearnChamp
Re: Creating effective Storyboards for Mobile Learning
by Stefan Reicher - Friday, 3 July 2015, 10:39 AM

Hi Aniket,

Thanks for the link - great overview!

The question of how we can make responsive work for learners (and not only technically) is a critical dimension also for the Adapt Learning project.

Best wishes,


Picture of Matthew Mella
Re: Creating effective Storyboards for Mobile Learning
by Matthew Mella - Friday, 10 July 2015, 9:28 AM

Thanks Aniket - great overview.

Along with wireframes, I've found paper prototypes to be a great companion to storyboards for mobile. Their tactile nature is quite effective for getting a feel for how the finished product will function.

You can also use them to test and demonstrate functionality with users. It might look strange asking them to hold a 1:1 paper cut-out of a phone and then to keep swapping bits of paper over as they press imaginary buttons. However, it's much clearer and more immersive than a static wireframe.

It can be a really interesting exercise to cut a screen-sized hole and scroll content behind it on a long piece of paper to see how the composition of the page feels when you see it a bit at a time.

Lots of great video tutorials online, like this one: