We've been using a user story-driven approach to development for awhile now.

I've been wondering how we might be able to leverage that work to create user story-based documentation.

This article validates what I've been pondering... opensource.com/article/17/6/do

If you've already written the user story, you can reuse that for documentation - a good approach for projects w/ limited resources.

Hm. But in some initial searches I can't find any examples of user story-driven documentation examples.

If anyone has any, I'd love to see them!


@clayton could also search for user or customer journey map

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