UX Storytelling demystified

Break down the elements of a good story structure and create a visual presentation to support your UX narrative.

Ever wondered what UX storytelling is and how to create a compelling UX story-based presentation?

Read my three part article series to learn how to organize, design, and present your content.

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UX Storytelling Process

People remember stories, and it is one of the most impactful and effective ways to garner your audience’s attention. Good storytelling can influence stakeholders to take an action on your ideas.

A well told story has the power to change minds, fund projects, and increase your personal brand as a good communicator in your workplace.

Why UX Storytelling is important

What is UX Storytelling?

UX storytelling is a presentation that incorporates key elements of the user’s experience.

How to create a storytelling presentation?

Storytelling is a combination of content organization, presentation design, and delivery of the content. All elements are important.

What are examples of UX Storytelling?

Typically these types of presentation are shown in-house to stakeholders, so its difficult to see examples, but I provide examples in my article.

Read more on Medium

In UX: Pitch the story, not just the idea

Foundational article setting the context and need for storytelling. Join thousands of others who’ve read this article.

Published in Intuit Engineering Blog Via Medium & LinkedIn

In UX: Organizing content for maximum impact

The heart of storytelling is the story. This article focuses on how to structure the story around the user, and applying traditional story arcs to find and develop your story.

Published in the UX Blog Via Medium & LinkedIn

In UX: 7 Design tips for powerful storytelling

Article focuses on the visual presentation and includes examples of UX storytelling presentations that have been used successfully in corporate settings.

Published in the UX Blog Via Medium