One of the key characteristics of a high performing team is the shape of their requirements backlog, no matter if the team is co-located or distributed.
During my career, I haven’t seen enough examples of well-executed Product backlogs. I found this to be a sweet spot where I am contributing as a practising Product Designer.
I am trying to bridge the gap between a great idea and delivery through evidence-based problem-solving. As Designers, we have many tools and techniques to define outcomes of each project phase — from Ethnography and User Research through User Journeys and Service Blueprints to production UI hand-offs and Design
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