As an extension to personas, User Stories give context and direct analogies on how your solution effects a user’s life. They are also valuable to stakeholders that need better understanding of your solutions impacts.
User stories are part of an agile approach that helps shift the focus from writing about requirements to talking about them. All agile user stories include a written sentence or two and, more importantly, a series of conversations about the desired functionality.
Let’s examine a tool so simple yet so powerful that once you’ve learned about it, you will apply it in all your projects. It is a great design method that enhances collaboration among all stakeholders. Users’ Needs are a core part of Agile: the User Stories
For Agile product teams, a user story is the gold standard for communicating product requirements to all team members. They’re brief, specific, and quickly understood.
A simple tool to get distributed product teams on the same page and discuss tasks visually on a pre-built User Story Map
User Story Mapping Tool for delivering the right product right on time
Real time visual collaboration for distributed teams, distance learning teachers, remote consultants, & just about anyone
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Author Jeff Patton shows you how changeable story maps enable your team to hold better conversations about the project throughout the development process.Open on Amazon