Storyboard for Alfred Hitchcock's 'Vertigo' "The sharply increasing pitch of the angles explain Stewart's oncoming vertigo and inability to reach Novak. Hitchcock planned a complex zoom-in, pull-out camera shot with rotation to achieve this. Very complex and highly effective" KB
This image shows the graphic sequence of the use of a kettle product. The whole procedure of stiring and heating can be shown in the storyboard. Each frame is organized well in a good and gradual arrangement of the layout. With a short and clear word or sentence as the information and tips for each step, the graphic sequence illustrates a general step of usage of the product and reflects how the product works.