Kirsten outlines a number of different techniques we use to help prioritise your project. Some of these techniques lend themselves to short term planning and others help to plan and prioritise on the roadmap level.
When we’re working on a new product or feature, it’s essential that we’re well informed of the users and problem space before we look at solutions. Carrying out research is an essential part of our process as it ensures we’re creating the right thing for our users.
When netmag asked our designer to write their cover feature, she jumped at the chance. Read the full article here, where Rachael discusses in detail the best tools available for product designers today.
Kirsten explains why we run a stakeholder workshop when kicking off a new project and the value it brings.
Kirsten explains why user story mapping is one of the most powerful tools in our discovery toolkit, enabling us to define, prioritise and create a shared understanding of a digital product through the eyes of your end users.
Kirsten explains why it’s so important to focus on goals and users as opposed to features and technology when approaching the initial discovery phase of a project.