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iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
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iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
iAnua storymapping session @ ilean
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    1. Storymapping"The new user story backlog is a map”- Jeff Patton© iAnua ⎜ info@iAnua.be ⎜ @iAnuaBE
    2. OUR SERVICESDefine • Capture requirementsDiscover what it needs to do • Identify stakeholders • Gather requirements • Analyze requirements • Document requirements • User researchDesign • User interface designDesign how it needs to work and • Build information architecturelook like • Sketch wireframes • Standardize design patterns • Brief, coach and evaluate visual design and front-end engineering • Prototyping • User testing • Functional analysisManage • Project management (PMI, Prince2)Manage how it is built • In an Agile setting • Agile coaching • Product Ownership • Agile project management Discover more on http://www.ianua.be
    3. GREAT PRODUCTS? Customer Business Technology
    4. GREAT PRODUCTS? Visually appealing Findable, accessible and usable Reliable and credible Functional, useful and valuableBASED ON: Hierarchy of Needs - Abraham Maslow Designing for Emotion - Aaron Walter Facets of User Experience - Peter Morville
    5. GREAT PRODUCTS?SOURCE: The Elements of User Experience, Jesse James Garrett
    6. TRADITIONAL BACKLOG
    7. USER STORY MAP
    8. STORY MAPPINGStory-mapping isa visualizationtechnique toorganize userstories, to showhow the stories fittogether and toprioritize stories.
    9. USER STORIES
    10. SOURCE: www.comakewith.us, Jeff Patton
    11. USER STORIES(User) stories represent functionality that will be valuedby users. * Kent Beck coined theThe 3 C’s: term user stories in Extreme Programming Explained 1st 1. Card: Written description Edition, 1999 2. Conversations about the story 3. Confirmation: tests that convey and document details
    12. WHEN
    13. SCRUM PROCESS ELABORATED Product Storyroles discovery workshop Opportunity Product backlog backlog PO team Sprint User testing planning meeting Sprint Stakeholder Review Review (demo) Sprint Shippable backlog product Sprint Retro
    14. PRODUCT DISCOVERY PROCESS• Story-mapping• Sketching• Prototyping• Competitor review• Analytics• User testing• Expert reviews• Interviews
    15. TOGETHER?TEAM
    16. (SINGLE) PRODUCT OWNER (MYTH)• As a product owner, you are responsible for delivering a product that is valuable, usable and feasible.• Product team – Product owner / manager – UX expert – Engineering: lead developer / architect – Joined responsibility: building the product backlog together• Facilitator, decision making authority• Potential more rounds of mapping with subject matter experts to richen the map
    17. USER STORY MAP Story Maps support the primary intent of user stories: Rich discussion© Jeff Patton, all rights reserved, www.AgileProductDesign.com
    18. HOW
    19. DEFINE PERSONAS Setting +What do they use thesoftware for Background Wish Familiarity with theMain scenario software / computers
    20. BRAINSTORM & MAPPING
    21. 2 PARTS: BACKBONE1) Backbone
    22. 2 PARTS: AND STORIES (OR TASKS)2) Stories Underneath corresponding backbone item Sorted by priority
    23. CARD SORTING time necessity© Jeff Patton, all rights reserved, www.AgileProductDesign.com
    24. IDENTIFY PERSONA FOR EACH STORY
    25. IDENTIFY PERSONA FOR EACH STORY timenecessity
    26. CAN BE USED FOR RELEASE PLANNINGRelease 1Release 2Release 3
    27. RELEASE PLANNING time
    28. ATTENTION POINTS
    29. ATTENTION POINTS• Non functional requirements• Availability of resources• Top-down or bottom-up• Scalability• Makespace (lots of it) ! – Analog or digital?
    30. MAKESPACEMAKESPACE Gary Levitt, owner & designer of Mad Mimi
    31. ANALOG OR DIGITAL? (OR HYBRID?)
    32. ANALOG
    33. DIGITAL Level 1 Landing Landing General / Pages - Pages - ZAP Technical Legacy redesign Level 2 technical Registration Login / Online update Coova rebrandings Logged in Set up Migration Login see statistics stories & Login Register (logged in) content Level 3  release PLAT-643 PLAT-645 PLAT-639 PLAT-566 PLAT-567 PLAT-642 session Belfius Set up Zend Online page Q1  sprint 2 Whitelisting 3 Auto-login 5 5 Register 8 2 management update framework (basic) S11 PLAT-644 PLAT-640 32 redirect issues 3 Sum story points C&A update Activate 3 CAP S11 in Sprint PLAT-641 set up demo 32,69 1 environmentFree cap: 0,69 Capacity in sprint6/2 => 20/2 (from team sheet) S12 PLAT-666 PLAT-370 Work out Login snippet Online page ZAP account show assets 33 1 content 1 Log in 5 8 5 3 (Veolia) (total) flow page model CAP S12 PLAT-667 PLAT-371 Change edit content 33,95 phone 2 3 (text+image) numberFree cap: Jira ticket PLAT-668 PLAT-372 Language publish 0,95 3 1 number selection changes21/2 => 6/3 estimate PLAT-373 undo 1 changes S13 Co-existing model Privacy & View & 33 Help page 2 5 2 5 image library 5 (current vs T&Cs update profile new) CAP S13 Asset updates Forgotten zapzone 33,95 5 3 5 existing password page zapzonesFree cap: Speed test 0,95 1 page7/3 => 20/3
    34. QUESTIONS & ANSWERS info@iAnua.be @iAnuaBE
    35. THANK YOU iAnua info@iAnua.be www.iAnua.be

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