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Physical vs. Digital Story Maps

As I wrote previously in this blog, story maps help teams identify the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in a highly visual and collaborative way. Both physical and digital story maps provide these benefits, but which is the best fit for your team? Let’s check out the advantages and drawbacks of each approach. Physical Story Maps […]

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January 10, 2017

As I wrote previously in this blog, story maps help teams identify the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) in a highly visual and collaborative way. Both physical and digital story maps provide these benefits, but which is the best fit for your team?

Let’s check out the advantages and drawbacks of each approach.

Physical Story Maps

Advantages

Disadvantages

Digital Story Maps
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Advantages

Disadvantages

Based on my experience, if your team is collocated and has the space, I strongly recommend creating a physical story map.  It’s just more fun and the best way to get the whole team involved.  That said, with all the tools currently available, distributed teams now have decent options for creating story maps digitally.

Category: Agile Transformation

Tags: Agile, Tools

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