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Do you really need breakfast?

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February 28, 2019

Do you really need breakfast?

A workshop on user story mapping first given at the end of February 2019.

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Paul Mucur

February 28, 2019
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  1. Do you really need breakfast? @mudge

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  3. What’s your morning routine?

  4. Turn off alarm Take a shower Get dressed Make porridge

    Eat porridge Brush teeth Make coffee Leave for work Apply deodorant Moisturise Wash dishes
  5. Organise your story

  6. Wash dishes Turn off alarm Take a shower Get dressed

    Make porridge Eat porridge Brush teeth Make coffee Leave for work Apply deodorant Moisturise
  7. Backbone

  8. Waking up Getting cleaned up Getting dressed Making breakfast Washing

    up Preparing for work Commuting Wash dishes Turn off alarm Take a shower Get dressed Make porridge Eat porridge Brush teeth Make coffee Leave for work Apply deodorant Moisturise Dental hygiene
  9. Slice tasks to achieve a specific outcome

  10. Waking up Getting cleaned up Getting dressed Making breakfast Washing

    up Preparing for work Commutin g Wash dishes Turn off alarm Take a shower Get dressed Make porridge Eat porridge Brush teeth Make coffee Leave for work Apply deodorant Moisturis e Get out the door ASAP
  11. Waking up Getting cleaned up Getting dressed Making breakfast Washing

    up Preparing for work Commutin g Wash dishes Turn off alarm Take a shower Get dressed Make porridge Eat porridge Brush teeth Make coffee Leave for work Apply deodorant Moisturis e Get out the door ASAP
  12. Waking up Getting cleaned up Getting dressed Making breakfast Washing

    up Preparing for work Commutin g Wash dishes Turn off alarm Take a shower Get dressed Make porridge Eat porridge Brush teeth Make coffee Leave for work Apply deodorant Moisturis e Get out the door ASAP
  13. What’s breakfast got to do with anything?

  14. None
  15. User sees badge User interacts with badge User looks for

    more information on the article User sees badge on article page User sees badge on TOC / list User visits details page User looks for more information about Dimensions User sees badge next to Altmetric badge Publisher displays badge to users Publisher goes to badge builder and generates a badge embed code Publisher requests embed code from support team User mouses over the badge to see metrics User looks at limited(?) list of citing works User wants to embed badge in their own page etc. User clicks to access more details User looks at visualisation of citing research categories User looks at metrics summary User clicks to go to free Dimensions platform Publisher adds badge to page with only <meta> data for identifiers Publisher adds badge to page with no machine accessible identifiers Publisher replaces Altmetric embed with new Altmetric & Dimensions embed Acceptance criteria / Non functional requirements: User sees article metadata on details page First sprint: Basic details page Third sprint: Refine details page & additional badge versions Publisher saves image of badge for use in email. Chart of citations over time Compact sized badge Contextual metrics interpretation for Summary Dealing with co- branding with Altmetric pages Twitter card support Help popovers Internal badge builder page user tracking - google analytics Second sprint: Basic badge & more info on details page User clicks on link to Altmetric page User looks for more information about Altmetric Fourth sprint: More work on badges & badge builder for publishers Further sprints: More integration with Altmetric & more complex requirements concerning badges Badge builder Badge creation given identifier as input Basic embeddable badge Metrics summary
  16. Why?

  17. A “walking skeleton” is an implementation of the thinnest possible

    slice of real functionality that we can automatically build, deploy, and test end-to-end. — “Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests”, Freeman & Pryce
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  21. @mudge https://mudge.name https://www.ghostcassette.com