Building the right user experience for your users requires that you define the user interface and workflow in a way that solves their needs. In the past, developers have tried to prototype the UI using the actual tooling that they planned to build the application in. However, rather then make the process better; it made it works by confusing users about quality of the application and overall readiness. In the next release of Visual Studio, Microsoft is introducing a new storyboarding tool that you can use to define the user experience and workflow of a new application that’s independent of the final implementation details. You’ll see how to use it, create a feedback cycle, and link it into Team Foundation Server.
You will learn:
- Why you should gather more feedback
- How to storyboard with the new tools
- How to gather feedback