5 min read · Aug 22nd · In the discovery phase of a UX project, a problem statement is used to identify and frame the problem to be explored and solved, as well as to communicate the discovery’s scope and focus.
Who is affected by the problem? What is the problem? Where does this problem occur? When does the problem occur? Why does the problem occur? Why is the problem important?
6 min read · Sep 27th · Along with design and development work, research efforts need to be represented in an Agile backlog to enable teams to focus on continuously learning about users throughout the project.
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