We presented a complete story with 8 scenes to our colleagues. We used one PowerPoint slide (which did not look like a PowerPoint slide) for every scene. The presentation was received very well. When we presented it to senior executives, they were able to jump into the story and discuss key aspects right away without worrying about the format. With a single glance, people were able to connect to the content of the story.
2. Name of the Scene: This should be self explanatory.
3. The Comic Strip with two or three frames.
4. A short 2-3 line description of the scene with the design concepts highlighted.
5. A foot note with the design concepts and technical concepts covered in the scene. This is for the reference of the presented and to handle question and objections during the presentation.
It takes a day to create a user story, if you have the story written down already.