Storyboards may be expressed using visual or textual representations, or a combination of both.
Decide whether Storyboards are useful for your project. The contents of the Storyboards should be tailored to
support project needs.
Storyboards are often considered as transient work products, and may be left unmaintained once the behavioral
requirements are understood and the project is up to speed prototyping or implementing the user interface. However, in
some cases it might be of value to maintain the Storyboards through a number of iterations, for example if there are
complex requirements posed on the user interface which take time (over several iterations) to be understood. Also,
Storyboards, coupled with the actual user interface, are a useful input to end-user documentation.