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
Why Learning Product Organizations Experiment Frequently
Many organizations are afraid of designing and running experiments for product development. Validation of the assumption approach has not been widely spread in the industry as a standard. Hypotheses are taken as facts and they are turned into requirements and features without verification. In contrast, other companies seem to be more customer value-oriented and validate […]Read More
Designing a Scalable Product & Engineering Methodology
Are you bored by hearing about Spotify’s Model, Basecamp’s Shape Up, or Netflix’s “No Rules Rules”? All of them do have something in common. They tailored something unique to match both their ambition and their strengths, while honestly acknowledging their weaknesses.Read More
Design Thinking Activities
This video explains that the six stages of the design thinking process can be supported by a very wide range of UX methods and activities. Don’t limit yourself to the most commonly mentioned methods.Read More