Incorporating UX Work into Your Agile Backlog

Incorporating UX Work into Your Agile Backlog
Incorporating UX Work into Your Agile Backlog

There is no definitive rulebook when it comes to Agile backlogs — every team may structure its backlog differently. At its core, this is a good thing: every team has its own way of working so a one-size-fits-all process isn’t practical. However, because of this flexibility and lack of official rules, UX is sometimes left out of the process.

Definition: A backlog is an ordered list of to-do items — including features, updates to existing features, bug fixes, UX debt, or other activities — that a team intends to deliver to complete a project.

Backlogs in Agile

On most Agile teams, feature planning is documented in the form of user stories....






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