3 tips to Writing a Good User Story
A user story is described as a software featuring the translation of end users’ perspectives and values. End-user does not necessarily indicate external users, usually known as customers, but can also be internal users benefiting from it. And the definition of who your end-users are results from your purpose of building the software.
Identify the persona
It is essential to grow a business and improve its performance with the user persona in mind. A user persona describes the end user’s character by evaluating the target audience. It helps you be clear on the end user’s need, pain, and profile so that you can deliver values to them.
Describe the need
This is a ‘put your customers first’ process. You need to think more about why the end-user wants to use and how will they use your software feature. Afterwards, you will be able to figure out how your software can fit the users’ needs.
Define the purpose
Try to think about the purpose in the whole picture before releasing your software. Consider what draws your end-user back from achieving their goals? What’s the benefit of using your software feature? How can you solve their problems? How do you relate the purposes to larger goals? This whole process will help you drive innovative ideas.
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