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Screen-based publications

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Websites, presentations and information points are all examples of screen-based publications. They can be planned using storyboards and navigation charts.

Planning screen-based publications

Planning is a crucial stage in the development of screen-based media. You may be told to include evidence of your plan in your eportfolio.

The standard ways of planning screen-based media are storyboards and navigation charts.

Other things to think about as part of your planning:

  • Size and file format of your publication. Presentations and websites can get quite big if you start including lots of graphic and media files. Check carefully to see how much memory you are allowed to use.
  • Webpages (htm) and Powerpoint files are normally permitted file types.
  • If you are using another type of software, make sure you are able to convert it into one of the allowed file types.
  • Files types allowed are listed in the eportfolio section.

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