The storyboarding technique is helpful in gaining early user feedback with simple, inexpensive tools. As such, storyboards are particularly effective at addressing the "Yes, But" syndrome. They also help address the "Undiscovered Ruins" syndrome by eliciting immediate user feedback as to what the system "doesn't appear to do." But, as with any technique, certain caveats apply. Here are some tips to keep in mind as you practice your storyboarding technique.