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New Post 6/25/2018 1:21 PM
User is offline Jennyanydots
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Storyboard Example for JAD Session 

Does anybody know where there is a storyboard example used during a JAD Session? I've never used storyboards before and when I did a google search, it came up with storyboards for a bunch of different industries (which are not the kind used in a JAD Sessions or by a business analyst). A link would be helpful! Thanks a bunch! 

 
New Post 7/6/2018 11:29 AM
User is offline J71
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Re: Storyboard Example for JAD Session 

JAD sessions are intended to be blank slate on the fly brainstorming meetings obtaining input from all members; it is crucial to include a SME in these meetings as well, as they will certainly trigger and spawn the ideas behind the conceptualizing.  A story board is essentially conceptualizing a thought of intended functionality of a new system or component of an existing system.   

 
New Post 9/18/2018 10:11 PM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Storyboard Example for JAD Session 

Have a look at balsamiq as a storyboarding tool. Its good.

Kimbo

 
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