For movies, video work, and cartoons, a storyboard is the successive drawing of scenes or frames that work together to weave a plot. Storyboarding is also a natural fit for IT; it can be the vital link between reaching the desired result that end business users want from analytics, or missing the objective altogether.
Put analytics on storyboards
In its way, storyboarding is an old technique in IT. For years, system and application designers have used storyboarding to demonstrate functionality in technical design reviews. But storyboarding has been used sparingly in the end business, where it could be put to productive use by stepping end users through a business process visualization.
In the big data world, visualization is often thought of as different pictorial ways to represent data, but an alternate definition of visualization in the form of business process storyboarding can be just as productive.
When to build a storyboard
Do it as soon as an analytic idea is proposed that will change a business process. Why? READ MORE