Even if your organization's Project Management Office (PMO) and project portfolio planning process are excellent, it's unlikely that all the people and teams in the organization will be aware of your project, let alone understand it.
To help overcome this issue, one of the best ways to initially engage with these people in teams in the organization is to bring them onboard and up to speed with your project. You can do this using the following design techniques: storyboards, use cases, wireframes, mockups, and prototypes.
These design techniques are all perfectly complementary to each other, so you can choose which to use based on both the audience you're engaging with and the outcome you want. So, let's now look at each of them in turn so you can choose the right design technique to suit each of your projects.