Writing code is fun: It’s great to build something that works. But more so, it is very satisfying to create a software product that does a great job for the users and customers and fulfil its business goals. But who are the customers and users? What problem does the software address or which benefit does it provide? What are the business goals? I find that many teams struggle to answer these fundamental questions running the risk of creating software that is not very useful or fun to use.
This talk introduces a simple tool - the Vision Board - that helps you write software that is beneficial and desirable.
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