Unlike dashboard which typically has no accompanying text description, your infographic story board should contain the following:
1. A clear and concise objective statementsummarizing the message you want to communicate. The motivation which inspires this story and the insights you could derive from this story.
2. Multiple charts(no limit) demonstrating the “how” to draw and manipulate the design. Taking care of the grammar and perception of visualization. Short description to accompany the charts where necessary.
3. Implicitly at the back of your mind, make use of Munzner’s nested model (see figure below) to guide your thought process through the what-why-how structure when deciding which viz design most suitable to the data and tasks at hand.