Connect Using Visual Storytelling
It’s time for another golden e-Learning design tip! Today we’ll focus on visual storytelling.
We’ve heard over and again that the power of visual imagery is unbeatable in instructional design. Yet, we struggle to find and use images that accurately capture and evoke the kind of emotion that connects audiences with the story we are trying to tell. Perhaps you’ve seen the famed YouTube video series, “In Plain English,” where the CommonCraft geniuses show us (rather than tell us) the essence of Web 2.0 technologies. It is this kind of visual storytelling that captures our attention and ignites our imagination.
So, how can you show, rather than tell, your story?
Now, here’s your homework:
Take a look at Veronica Rusnak‘s Article on “Visual Storytelling and Moments in the Human Condition.”
“Remember: story, not data. Rather than talk about your topic, find a way to show it.”
Looking forward to your ideas!