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I've been assigned to put together a demo of our software that will run
off of our website. I'm really excited, I've always wanted to try that.
They've given me Turbo Demo, which looks like a pretty good product.
I want to make this look as good as possible, but I'm really not sure of
how to start. The software actually records what you're doing with the
product you're demo-ing, but I can't seem to get a flow down that comes
out right. I feel like maybe I should storyboard it, but I don't want to
waste time if there's a better way.
Can someone point me to articles or advice on this subject?
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