his week, you will begin by creating a storyboard for an application.
Using any graphic resources, such as scanning hand-sketched paper drawings or using Microsoft Paint or Adobe Photoshop, create a simple storyboard to examine a possible project and unify a team around a design.
To do so, complete the following tasks:
- In a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document, propose an application, that is, small software which performs a service on a mobile device or on a smart phone or tablet.
Make the purpose small and achievable. For example, imagine an application that constantly keeps you updated on what is happening in the class, with classmates posting and commenting on your work and assignments. Be sure to explain the purpose of your proposed application.
- Create at least six screens representing various states of the interface depending on what the user does or selects. Using images, demonstrate how an application like this might work: Open and close screen options and simple branching.
Note: Do not use any video in this application. Just develop a storyboard, which can be created on paper and then scanned or use Drawing or Diagramming in Google Drive.
Name your document SU_ITS2108_W1_A3_LastName_FirstInitial.doc.
Name your storyboard SU_ITS2108_W1_A3_LastName_FirstInitial. Depending on the tool you use, the extension for the storyboard file will vary.
Submit your document and storyboard to the W1 Assignment 3 Dropbox by Tuesday, August 18, 2015.