PACMU Storyboard

In order to create a storyboard, I needed to begin by brainstorming exactly what kind of user I was designing for and jot down some ideas for ways that my user could use the app while simultaneously be enjoying CMU’s campus art.

After creating some thumbnails of different scenes with my user along with the some examples of PACMU interface, I was ready to begin constructing how my storyboard would be organized. Using stickies allowed me to move around my different scenes and figure out how to place them in a way that the viewer would be able to understand my user and their interactions with PACMU.1

Finally, once I found a configuration that I felt was fitting for my different thumbnails, I went on illustrator and created a simple template that would allow me to make sure my drawings would stay in a confined area and I wouldn’t be stuck erasing and redrawing.2