Archives for the tag: prototypes

Getting More Out of JIRA with Interactive Visualizations

This guest post comes courtesy of Andrew Mottaz, part of the team behind Protoshare and their new add-on in the Atlassian Marketplace, Protoshare for JIRA. It's difficult for end users or other stakeholders to really know what they want from software until they see it, experience it and use it. Whether you are an Agile shop working from user stories, a waterfall team, or somewhere in between, adding higher fidelity interactive visualizations to your JIRA issues helps get stakeholders and end users

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Usability Testing with Paper Prototyping

This is a guest blog by Richard Duinmayer and Gert-Jan Bartelds of Avisi, an Atlassian Expert based in the Netherlands. Richard and Gert-Jan are members of Testnet, the Dutch software testers’ professional association. On November 8th 2011 they took part in a Testnet workshop on usability testing. More specifically, the topic was “the use of paper prototyping in usability testing”, below is their experience report. What is Paper Prototyping? Paper prototyping an application is: Building

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Paper Prototypes with Jay Rogers

In this video GreenHopper designer Jay Rogers explains what paper prototyping is and how you can start using it within your own team. This was filmed shortly after a paper prototyping session he conducted for the GreenHopper team around upcoming Scrum functionality on the Rapid Board. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vR6TPa6Czd4 Resources: Todd Zaki Warfel presentations on SlideShare Follow @jbrogers A paper prototyping example The GreenHopper team during a paper prototyping session. The

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