We tried a new type of retrospective: Continuous Attention to Individuals’ Needs (CAIN) and here’s what happened…
Interesting Stuff Club – where we share what we’re up to in our own time. Ryan has been learning about the user research process, the guys have been to an Elm meetup, and Kirsten tells us how we can all take our learning up a level to mastery.
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.
Interesting Stuff Club – where we share what we’re up to in our own time. Eddy has mastered Elixir (with Alex hot on his heels), Kirsten has been learning from his 7 year old and Ryan explains to us some popular logical fallacies.
Our first interesting stuff club of 2016 – and it’s a good one! Eddy has taken a very deep dive into functional programming, Kirsten has gone all prehistoric, talking dinosaurs and volcanoes whilst Ryan has taught us how to be successful.
Kirsten explains the motivating factors behind why we moved to Agile in 2010 following the realisation that our biggest pain points were the same reasons why the Agile manifesto was conceived.
In this post, Kirsten explains how to avoid some common pitfalls when writing user stories by focussing on the benefit element of a story.