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Observe

Brodie O'Carroll, 03 March 2021

Once you understand the problem more, the team now can move onto one of the most important stages that is often over looked, Observe.

Understand

Brodie O'Carroll, 03 March 2021

The first part the scoping process is understanding the problem. This article will help you understand how to Understand.

Ideate

Brodie O'Carroll, 03 March 2021

With your understanding of the problem now rock solid and validated, and the people who you hope to impact have been observed, now it is time for the most intense and rewarding stage of the scope, Ideate.

Activity: Brand identity

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

Before you start to visualise the product, you should have a grasp of the brand identity you are building towards.

Activity: Discovery Interviews

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Have a chat with your users to gain insights into what they need and want and how your product can solve problems they are facing.

Activity: Story estimation

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

Effectively matching estimation to reality.

Activity: Spreadsheet Migration

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Create more scalable spreadsheets.

Activity: Bubble context and anti-corruption layer

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

Reduce risk and complexity when migrating large legacy systems.

Activity: Reverse Engineering Requirements

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Reverse engineer your requirements to set the stage for success.

Activity: Database migration

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

The typical starting point for a new Codebots application.

Activity: Community Onion

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Figure out the community of people involved in your app.

Activity: Experimental Framework

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

Embrace an experimental mindset and encourage an investigative culture in your team.

Activity: User Story Mapping

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Card sorting allows the scoping team to throw up all potential functionality up onto the wall. Once it’s all up there we can begin to sort them into MUST haves, SHOULD haves and NICE to haves.

Activity: Managing expectations

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

Well-managed expectations are crucial to project success.

Activity: Entity and Requirements Traceability Matrix

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Systematically record a divide-and-conquer migration pattern.

Activity: User Feedback

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Time to share with the people what you built and see what they think about your ideas.

Activity: Wireframes

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

Now you have a rock-solid foundation and know what to start building, time to visualise the product.

Activity: Model Design

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

A model is designed as part of the scoping process for the purpose of creating an early understanding of the way the data will be structured and show this to the client.

Activity: PDF Migration

Tessa Holland, 01 March 2021

Migrate your PDFs to a web-based form.

Activity: Prototypes

Brodie O'Carroll, 01 March 2021

The best way to test a product is with a high-quality prototype that allows the users and project team to really understand what is being made.