Breaking down complex communications and topics is not easy. But there are a number of tools which can help you go through a process of identifying the key messages, words and images that you want people to understand and remember.
Storyboarding is one of those.
What is storyboarding?
A storyboard is a graphic organiser that consists of illustrations or images displayed in sequence for the purpose of pre-visualising a motion picture, animation, motion graphic or interactive media sequence.
Storyboarding is the process of going through the organiser.
A simple tool
Here is a link to a tool that I use in my employment for Bromley Council. It is free for you to download below – yes, for free:
> DOWNLOAD THE TOOL [PDF, 1 page]
I recommend you print this sheet on A3 to give you space to draw, write, not, scribble, doodle, etc.
Here is an example of how I have used the Storyboarding template:
There are a number of other examples out there – just check Google.