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Product Planning Series: From use cases to storyboards

My approach to product development revolves around user-centered design. The basic tenet of this philosophy is that the product team must be equipped with a thorough understanding of the end user’s needs, wants, expectations and limitations in order to create an … Continue reading

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Use Cases, User Stories and Requirements

The slide shows the use case specification from this year’s coursework. It highlights the attributes of use case specifications that can be mapped onto user stories – these are the use case precis and, perhaps, functional requirements at the use … Continue reading

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User stories

User Stories are a simple way of capturing user requirements throughout a project – an alternative to writing lengthy requirements specifications all up-front. User Stories are derived from XP (Extreme Programming), however they can just as easily be used for requirements … Continue reading

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