You have completed the website brainstorming process and identified a solid topic area and sub-category niche. Now it is time to begin your storyboarding process.

Why make a website storyboard?

Storyboarding can be defined as the process of creating drawings that represent shots for production. The same idea can be used in web design.

Storyboarding can make the website design more accessible and more efficient. It will help you save time and money. It will allow you to visualize the result of your project by storyboarding it.

Website Storyboarding

Start to create your website by using the building blocks you have identified. Get a piece of paper. The homepage is the most crucial page. You only have 5 seconds to grab your visitor to your website. Your site should be easy to use. Nobody will stay.

Please keep it simple. Once you’ve completed your first storyboard, think like a visitor for the first time. What if you had to stop and go? Would you click on a hyperlink? You can create a storyboard by clicking on a link.

In seconds, you can quickly sketch a storyboard.

Storyboard Your Design and Usability

One statement should be the focus of your storyboard. What can I do to make this design stand out and be simple? Your plan should be exciting and fresh but also simple and user-friendly.

It’s not a waste of time.

Surfing the internet is a great way to find ideas. You will find web pages you love and those you don’t like. To discover a great design you want, think about why. What is it that you love about this web page? Do you like the layout, the colors, or the navigation organization?

Write down whatever you want about the site. Keep track of your thoughts and ideas. It would be sad to forget the best view of all time.

The wrong web pages. Is it difficult to read, navigate, or be usable? Or is it just another flash site with cool animations but no purpose? It is your stop-sign list to avoid making the same mistakes.

Keep Consistency

It will be easier to go to the next page of your website. However, it would be best if you kept the pages consistent. It would be best if you didn’t alter the layout or navigation between pages. You should find a place to put your navigation, header, columns, and footer. KISS it. ( Keep it Simple, Stupid.

Pick one page from a list of pages. You might ask yourself: “If I were here, how would you return to the Homepage?” You may already be on the homepage. How do I get to your content pages? You can set up simple scenarios that you can follow. It should be as easy as possible.

Create a Sitemap

Once you have a rough idea of how your site will look, you can create a sitemap or a site outline. Sitemaps are a list of all the pages on your website. Start at the homepage, move on to the category pages, and then the sub-category page. To represent different sections or pages on your site, draw simple boxes.

This Technique SAVES TIME

Learn how to storyboard websites. It can help you save a lot of money and time. A storyboard can be drawn in a matter of minutes or even seconds. It could take hours to create the code. These sketches can look different from what you are directing.

Take your time. Take the time to think about it. It can make your website accessible, fun, and more successful. It can lead to frustration, confusion, and even failure.