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Don't Get Me Started - I’m Still Flying, Part 2 RRS feed

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  • Great article, but I do take exception with the statement of "so very different from Agile development stories because they’re told from the persona’s viewpoint, not the program’s".... They are called USER stories for a reason, and they should always be from the users perspective. 

    As an example, in an exercise I give during training classes, the Feature of "Shopping Cart" is broken down to stories about each of the interactions a user can have. In some sessions we have approach 30 distinct stories!

    Where I do see a difference when focusing specifically on the UX is that elements such as "select from a drop down" vs. "pick a radio button" come more into focus as such choices do impact the Experience, but [IMPO] do not really change the STORY.


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    Wednesday, June 28, 2017 1:40 PM