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Working with the Product Canvas - Roman Pichler

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The product backlog is a handy tool that lists the outstanding work necessary to develop a product. But it can be insufficient to create a brand-new product or an update aimed at a new market. Its linear structure makes it difficult to capture all product aspects including the user interface design and the user interaction; there is no place to state assumptions about the target group, the users and customers of the product and their needs and trying to prioritise all items can lead to long-winded discussions that are of limited value. This talk introduces a new tool: the Product Canvas. The canvas is designed to help product owners and agile teams create new products and product updates aimed at new markets. It has grown out of my work with product owners and product managers over the last ten years, it's compatible with the Business Model Canvas. If you are struggling to use your product backlog effectively or need help on agile requirements, user stories, user journeys, and personas, then don't miss this talk.

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Working with the Product Canvas - Roman Pichler

  1. 1. working with theproduct canvas @romanpichler
  2. 2. the threat
  3. 3. what we need
  4. 4. how do we capture ideas and requirements? Great for But where are ! prioritising! the users?! features! Product Backlog Where is! What about the user the user interaction?! interface?!©  2012  Pichler  Consul3ng  Ltd   5  
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  6. 6. the product canvas explainedVision   Your overarching goal or intention. Name   The name of the product.Personas   Journeys   Ready  Stories  The users and the The user’s interaction with the The assumptions to becustomers, with the need product captured as one or more validated next capturedto be addressed or the scenarios, workflows, or story as ready stories: clear,problem to be solved; boards. feasible and testabledescribed as personas. stories prioritised from one to n. Bound by a sprint goal when Scrum is used. Epics   Design   Constraints   The product functionality The product and user The generic operational described as coarse- interface design preferably qualities of the product grained user stories. captured in form of paper such as performance, sketches. interoperability and robustness described in form of constraint cards.©  2012  Pichler  Consul3ng  Ltd   7  
  7. 7. Stocking the canvas Personas   Journeys   Ready  Stories   1 2 6 Epics   Design   Constraints   3 4 5 Implementable! Target group! Product! and needs! sketch! items!©  2012  Pichler  Consul3ng  Ltd   8  
  8. 8. A Sample Product canvas Defeat! X-Wing!Vision   the empire! Name   Fighter!Personas   Journeys   Ready  Stories   t! Sprin Goa l! 1. Story! 2. Story! 3. Story! Epics   Design   Constraints   Hyper-! drive! 4. Story! Deflector! Perfor-! mance! Proton! R2 com- torpedos! patible! 5. Story! Inflight! repairs! Unit! Auto! 6. Story! nav! cost!©  2012  Pichler  Consul3ng  Ltd   9  
  9. 9. the product canvas in action Vision Change:! Pivot or! persevere! Product Canvas Build! Measure! Learn!©  2012  Pichler  Consul3ng  Ltd   10  
  10. 10. thank you!