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How can I create a storyboard for my website?

A storyboard is a visual plan for your website.  It usually consists of a series of pages that include a rough sketch outlining the content, navigation, and design elements of your website.  Storyboarding saves time and results in a high quality website.  Before you start designing web pages with a web editor you should always storyboard.  Before you create the storyboard collect the information you want to put on the web site and organize the information into topics.  Lay out the topics using a storyboard template.  Plan how people will navigate within your website. Every webpage should have a link to the main menu page of the website.  Also include a link to your school or district homepage. Choose background images and graphics.

A simple storyboard template can be generated by creating a blank 3-slide PowerPoint presentation.  Print the presentation using the "handout" option (3 slides per page) on the print dialogue box.

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