Getting the storyboard correct helps a great deal in saving time spent in actually developing the course.
Production consists of two areas:
1. Product content linked to course outline and approved learning objectives
2. Produce storyboard - draft version of how the content will look and feel in the course.
Storyboard of the course
The third phase, production or development, relates to the creation of the course using the approved prototype and Design Plan Document.This is similar to the development phase of the ADDIE.
This stage is where the blueprints from the design phase are used to create a storyboard of the course.
Once the storyboard is approved the next stage is the pushing of approved content onto the authoring software.
If the first two phases are completed without any delays this can make an immeasurable difference in this phase, as the course can then be developed very quickly.
During the course production phase, an instructional designer works closely with a subject matter expert(s) to create the storyboard, including the instructions, markers, triggers, layers, and other gamification or features.
Version 1 created and submitted
Version 1 is created and submitted based on the approved storyboard and helps give a solid idea as to what the course could look like.
Version 1 of the course is submitted based on the approved content and storyboard.
Meetings and review of the course is planned in accordance of the complexities of the course design.