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User story maps

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Short slide show to support a user story map activity. Presented at Agile Richmond, June 2015

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User story maps

  1. 1. Story Maps
  2. 2. Heidi Helminiak, Jeff Patton, and me at Etsy in Brooklyn, NY 2015
  3. 3. What is a Story Map? Why make them? How to make one? Do they really work?
  4. 4. What is a Story Map? Invented by Jeff Patton a collaborative discovery activity ...
  5. 5. Marty CAgen sez: “Discovery is an active and ongoing collaboration between product, user experience design, and engineering.”
  6. 6. Product Team $ smart person idea business plan
  7. 7. The product team ...
  8. 8. Jen Yates, creater CakeWrecks.com
  9. 9. Illustration from “User Story Mapping” by Jeff Patton. Drawing credit to Luke Barrett.
  10. 10. pee feed dog Story map exercise Turn off alarm Individually: all the activities you do to get ready for work. get out of bed pee 3 minutes - DON’T Talk
  11. 11. Story map exercise Turn off alarm Work together and SILENTLY combine into one timeline get out of bed pee 3 minutes feed dog ... ...
  12. 12. Story map exercise Turn off alarm Work together and label related activities get out of bed pee feed dog ... ... Waking Bath room stuff Kitchen Stuff Shave shower
  13. 13. Story map exercise Turn off alarm Let’s say you wake up late ... get out of bed pee feed dog ... grab food Waking Bath room stuff Kitchen Stuff Shave shower Get out in15 min
  14. 14. That’s the basics ….
  15. 15. ● Sticky notes are magical - use the magic ● Shut up - don’t talk ● Work in smallest team possible ● Know your story Story Map Rules* *It’s about shared understanding, not model compliance.”
  16. 16. Building shared understanding through collaborative activities. Design Studios Personas
  17. 17. 160%
  18. 18. Recommended Reading

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