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1/ Situation: You hired a UX designer, and they asked for specs.
Are user stories the best way to communicate with them?
Possibly. What about some alternatives?
Let's quickly recap the user story.
Everyone knows it - but let’s define it again.
> As a [stakeholder], I want to [action] so that [desired outcome].
h/t to @hygger_app
Write a user journey: focuses a user persona and how the use the product.
You then describe where the user touches the product. And what they user feels along the way.
"When _____ , I want to _____ , so I can _____ ."
...interesting approach. Can you tell my why this is better than a user story? https://jtbd.info/replacing-the-user-story-with-the-job-story-af7cdee10c27
Feature-Driven Development features
This is an interesting approach, but the website was not updated for 14 years. Looks like waterfall to me: featuredrivendevelopment .com #featuredriven