- I like that having text, illustrations, and narration at the same time gives learners double, even triple input.
- I like this SO MUCH better than screencasting a PowerPoint, because it has more of a storytelling feel to it, since it is a digital book.
- It is a FREE web resource. However, if you wish to publish what you create, you can sell it on Storyjumper.
- Being able to add music and sound effects does make your book more compelling and interesting to listen to.
- I wish that StoryboardThat had a narration and sound function, since it already has a digital comic book feel to it.
- Compared to StoryboardThat, Storyjumper does have limitations with the amount of provided illustration choices and their capabilities. One can import pictures into Storyjumper. With StoryboardThat, there are a lot more illustration choices and what one can do with them (cropping, changing angles, poses, etc.)
- Although Storyjumper does provide music and sound effect choices, they are limited.
Here is a video tutorial of Storyjumper:
Although Storyjumper does have its drawbacks, this is a web resource which I will be using more in the future.