How do you shed light on your real world in a way that will support the development of a complete, correct, unambiguous and verifiable statement of requirement. Citing the “use case” as an example, this video examines the thought processes, frameworks, models and modes of expression that nontechnical people can employ to improve the accuracy and efficiency of their dialog with software developers.
Specifying Software Requirements
This presentation explains how Wardley Maps were used to inform the always evolving strategy for the modernization of Ticketmaster’s core ticketing platform not only in terms of technical capabilities and architecture but also process maturity, organizational design, and more.Read More
Analytics and Quantitative Usability Testing UX research techniques help you gain quantitative insight into user behavior. However, each method provides different types of information and can answer different kinds of research questions.Read More
Are you keen to build your career as a Salesforce product manager or Product Owner? This presentation is a comprehensive strategy helping participants build a mindset that anchors product strategy to grow and develop a career as a Salesforce Product Owner or Manager.Read More