is now part of!

InDesign Template of the Month: Storyboard

Time for another exclusive template for our Premium members! (Not a Premium member? Sign up here and get $10 off with the discount code: TEMPLATE)

This month’s template is for creating storyboards. Storyboards are most commonly used in the planning of video projects, but I’ve also seen them used to plot out presentations and highly designed long documents, like magazines and textbooks.

The download package includes 4 InDesign files plus associated artwork and a PDF containing step-by-step instructions.

The way to use the template is to start in one of the “Frames” files, where each page is a video shot, presentation slide, or print layout sketch.

InDesign storyboard template frame

More after the jump! Continue reading below
Free and Premium members see fewer ads! Sign up and log-in today.

There are three Frames files, for 16:9 video, 16:10, and a presentation.

Choose the one you want and fill in as many pages as you need with content.

Then Open the Storyboard.indd document.

InDesign Storyboard template

Notice there are three master pages, one corresponding to each Frames file.

Create as many document pages as needed and then use the Links panel to place or update the pages from the Frames document you chose.

This video shows the process.


If you’re currently logged in to as a Premium member, the download link appears below.


 Sorry! Premium members, please log in at the top of the page, or become a premium member of InDesignSecrets. 

What can we do for you?

Need another kind of template? Tell us what you want! Email mike at with your template idea and maybe it will become the next template of the month.

Editor in Chief of CreativePro and InDesign Magazine. Instructor at LinkedIn Learning with courses on InDesign, Illustrator, GIMP, Inkscape, and Affinity Publisher.
  • Diane Serpa says:

    My membership is up to date but no download button for the templates. Please advise.

  • Anne-Marie Concepcion says:

    If you’re logged in as a Premium member, at the bottom of the article you see this: screen shot

  • Frans Van der Geest says:

    Is that you Donald?

  • >