Manage UI project iterations 

Stay UX-focused and embrace GUI design iterations without code destruction in Storyboard.


Design and develop in parallel for incredible UX

Modern touchscreen products require a modern workflow and development environment to make magic happen. With linear, old school methodologies taking a backseat to agile and lean models, projects can now be developed in parallel, rather than in an assembly line fashion. That’s how we designed Storyboard, our embedded GUI development software.

With our unique parallel workflow, teams can collaboratively create rich, embedded GUIs alongside one another. Designers can import 2D and 3D graphics while developers code and attach actions to the graphics - without destroying each other’s progress.

Learn more about how to improve development efficiency by using collaborative workflows in this best practices whitepaper.


Start embedded development early

You might not have a full product brief sorted out, all of the specification details yet or know what hardware you’ll be working with. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get a jumpstart on creating the UI design or developing the code and events for your embedded application.

With Storyboard, your team can feel confident in their project tasks, knowing that they can work through them at their own pace throughout the development process, without disrupting others.


Re-import updated designs without having to re-code

Often your project teammates don’t know what they like until you show them something that they don’t.  Storyboard’s rapid design and iteration technology enables you to easily update your GUI graphics (i.e. PSD or Sketch) as often as needed until your project is out the door.

Just finished a rebrand? Re-import updated files without affecting the effort of the rest of the team or overwriting prior development effort in your Storyboard app. 

Re-import updated design files (video) ▸

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Storyboard makes it really easy for us to make ongoing changes to the look of the interface. We can re-import updated Photoshop files into the app, and Storyboard magically reconnects everything. It’s a huge time saver, affording us the time to invest in our UX.
Abid Esmail Bodul
Senior Embedded Software Engineer at Stages Cycling

Stay in control of design changes

Great user experiences take time. Many factors can influence the GUI and contribute to changes, making it essential to manage design iteration efficiently. Whether you’re creating turnkey applications with custom branding or products requiring a reskin, additional features, or new screen dimensions, change is inevitable.

The development team can stay in sync with user expectations by using Storyboard’s rapid design and iteration technology. With only a few mouse clicks older assets can be swapped out for revised ones quickly, without leaving the workspace. Existing assets are automatically located and presented alongside the new assets allowing developers to quickly assess, accept, or reject the proposed design changes in a timesaving manner.

Watch the Storyboard webinar to learn more ▸


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Get stakeholder buy-in whenever, wherever

There’s no reason to wait until the end of all of your hard development and design work to get stakeholder buy-in. Your Storyboard project can be reviewed and tested through ongoing iteration in the development process without causing a complete teardown of code or design.

Learn more about UI testing and validation ▸


Respond to design changes with ease

Whether you’re going through an exciting rebrand or implementing changes to impress stakeholders, see how the agile Storyboard environment makes it easier.