Remembering the good old practices to design a system focused on UX and MVP to get fast feedback.
What I learned from Jeff Patton when he was in Buenos Aires a few years ago.
When I heard people talking about “story mapping” I was intrigued. Especially as they explained it as a way to bring user stories to life. A user story is a simple but very effective tool to help design and develop (online) products, taking into account the end-user perspective. A story is typically written up in simple, everyday language capturing what a user does or needs to do as part of his or her job or to satisfy a certain need.
For example: “As an event coordinator (role), I need to be able to create an event schedule online (goal) so that I can access and amend the schedule whenever or wherever I want (benefit).”
Typically, these user stories get drafted and maintained in an excel spreadsheet where product or project managers can easily order and prioritise them. In the Agile development world this is often referred to as a feature…
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