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What is Story Map

What is Story Map? (More about the Story Map Feature) (Watch Live Demos) Story Maps were first introduced by Jeff Patton in this 2005 article. The main idea behind Story Maps is that single-list product backlogs are a terrible way to organize and prioritize the work that needs to be done. A richer structure is [...]

How to create a User Story Map

How to create a User Story Map User story mapping is becoming a popular technique through the efforts of Jeff Patton and others that allows you to add a second dimension to your backlog. Here are a few reasons you should consider using this technique: It allows you to see the big picture in your [...]

Resources, References and Articles for User Story Mapping

Resources, Books and Articles for User Story Mapping Start From Here: Book from the Author:    Jeff Patton & Associates - Story Mapping is a better way to work with Agile User Stories User Story Mapping Articles: Creating an Agile Road Map Using Story Mapping,  by Andrea Gigante, Published on 28 August 2013 Story Mapping, Visual Way of Building Product [...]

How to Structure Product Backlog into a User Story Map

How to Structure Product Backlog into a User Story Map To facilitate agile development, Story Map can receive user features identified from different sources. As mentioned above, it could be the requirements derived from EA contracts, work packages from project management initiatives or ad-hoc analysis such as-is and to-be analysis, use cases in a use [...]

What is User Story Mapping?

Structure Your Product Backlog into User Story Map Requirements always change as teams and customers learn more about the system as the project progresses. It’s not exactly realistic to expect project teams to work off a static requirements list and then deliver functional software months later. There has to be a better way—a more Agile [...]