Learn about user stories and story mapping.
- When teams start a new project,…there are so many exciting things to talk about.…It can be difficult to harness that energy,…keep everyone focused, and prevent them…from diving into details too soon.…That's where user stories and story maps come into play.…User stories are placeholders for future conversations,…and the story map shows a map of how the user stories…relate to one another.…User stories and story maps are a great technique…many agile teams use, and they can also be used…for non-agile projects as well…as a powerful requirements technique.…
First, let's look at user stories.…They are not meant to be a detailed requirements document…that gets handed off to the development team.…Instead, they are meant to spur meaningful dialogue…and create shared understanding.…A user story has three pieces: the who, the what,…and the why, or another way to put it,…the role, the goal, and the benefit.…Let's look at an example from our online coffee store…case study.…
As an online shopper, I want to provide a credit card…
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- What's elicitation and analysis?
- The relationship of elicitation to analysis
- Elicitation techniques
- Using interviews, brainstorming, and experiments to elicit requirements
- Analysis techniques
- Working with process models, context diagrams, and decision tables
- Adding to a process, product, or system