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UX User Story example

You can follow the template like this fill-in-the-blanks example. Please add more details as needed into the story. User story: “As a [persona], I [want to], [so that].” I would say something like, "...
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Story Mapping: How to write initial epics and user stories?

I think you are probably on the right track - Write a narrative, a step by step from one person's perspective from Logging in, to getting familiar with the portal, to finding what they need, and ...
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Story Mapping: How to write initial epics and user stories?

You want to do this from the point of view of the user. Imagine one of the students is sitting down with you explaining what they would use the portal for. For example, a student might say something ...
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Who writes the user stories?

As pointed out by Austin French's answer, the story writing typically is the responsibility of the Product Owner (PO) in "normal" agile. And in some projects, it's not uncommon for the PO to work ...
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User stories—how do I validate them with actual research?

It is very common for Project Managers and Product Owners to have a list of User Stories beforehand, which they use to determine the direction of product development. These preconceived stories are ...
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What is the best way to collect the relevant fields for a UI screen?

Stories should be based on user research. If they are not, spend some time in research to understand what common tasks are users trying to accomplish in the page and how are they doing it. Derive ...
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Who writes the user stories?

I would second Ren's answer in that anyone can write a user story and it's the PO's job to prioritise them. I think your question should be who is involved with story refinement. This is the process ...
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Who writes the user stories?

Anyone can write user stories. It's the product owner's responsibility to make sure a product backlog of agile user stories exists, but that doesn’t mean that the product owner is the one who writes ...
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Who writes the user stories?

Generally, and I say this generically as your process and mileage may vary: The Product Owner should have the requirements: Perhaps a requirement is: We need a grid to show Customer Details ...
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Writing user stories - how do you decide what is a bad vs. a good story?

I think you need to be clear on who you believe the requirement is bad for. Is it bad for the business, or bad for the user's experience? For example, the business may make a significant amount of ...
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Should design be included in a user story?

First, I'll say that every Agile shop I've worked in has done it differently. So the answer for you is probably, "Do whatever is best for your audience." (The devs, I assume.) In my current job, ...
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Story Mapping: How to write initial epics and user stories?

This write-up is, in my opinion, the best intro to story mapping at agilevelocity.com, [2017-08-09]: Story Mapping 101, By David Hawks I did extensive search for various ways to understand story ...
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User stories—how do I validate them with actual research?

This approach appears to be a little backwards and is no doubt being directed to you by your PM. Generally, you want to use research to discover what user stories exist. In this case, I would sift ...
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UX User Story example

The item you provided doesn't really work as a story because it is not a capability or a need that the customer has. Most commonly, UI/UX is a part of delivering on a need. For example, if you said "...
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From design to user story mapping

In short: Talk with your devs. In long: The technical details for implementations can range from "very hard" to "very easy" in ways which are very non-obvious to designers. As ...
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Who writes the user stories?

It would probably be ideal, but often user stories are created as part of an agile development process focused on creating a MVP that can be tested and updated before extensive research is involved. ...
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User stories and goals — do we categories them?

This sounds like they're trying to catch user stories in components, and constrict those components in usage. That's not exactly what user stories are about. A user story is supposed to be a short ...
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Good examples of contextualized/pre-conditioned user flows?

It sounds like you are talking about Dashboard (your 'contextual') vs Wizard (your "all-in-one-bucket"). Dashboard being a set of top-level options with which you decide the context. Wizard is ...
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User stories—how do I validate them with actual research?

I have found this model to be very effective: Executive teams set business goals and objectives. These are used to formulate a company and product strategy PM's help define that strategy by ...
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