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Tuesday, May 3 • 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Flow Mapping: Visualizing User Stories Against Complex Interactions

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A single user journey through a complex system can have multiple layers of interaction through the back and front of a web, or software, application. Architects, developers, and business people all need to have a shared understanding of a feature or service. How can we keep all the myriad stories, features, and enhancements in mind when creating code-based events but not get lost in the details?

That’s where flow mapping comes in. Flow mapping is similar to its big sister, story mapping. Both are methods to visualize work items from your Agile product backlog, but flow mapping occurs at a much more granular level. Usually limited to a single action and role through a system, it enhances the decision points and events shown by appending a layer of user stories and user interactions on a flowchart or process diagram of the journey. This flow map gives an overview of what is needed to create a robust process that minimizes risk through identification of high-failure areas, and it links the backlog to the events on the map, providing a clear overview of development tasks without compromising speed and agility.

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Amber Haley

Lead Consultant in Agile, Scrum and Kanban, Hyperaktiv.co
Hello there, I'm Amber and I'm a Kiwi export to Germany. | I have been focused on web and peripheral tech for the last 12 years or so, moving into in-depth planning and architecting of web applications in the last 9. | | I discovered Agile in 2008 and have focused on this and teams since then. | | If you find me, online or off, talk to me about anything to do with Scrum, Agile, Scaling, management 3.0, Techno, Gin and Tonic, and... Read More →


Tuesday May 3, 2016 3:30pm - 4:00pm
Fairbanks B