A standard use case
can look like this: A monstrous, grown desktop software (the central software of the company) will be used in the future on the phone or tablet.
In a telco – or in the real meeting room – your employees meet with me: One employee each from marketing, sales, technology, management, IT and maybe others. Everyone is a stakeholder and has detailed knowledge.
We start with sketches, post-its and paper and discussions. (In a Telko we use screen sharing)
Then I start my layout program and bring the information into a visual form and connect with each other. Now everyone recognizes connections, stimulates changes and is very involved. I respond to the suggestions and adapt my sketch in our meeting more and more refined.
The teams understanding what happens grows and everyone contributes their information.
We’ll meet again a few more times because more information needs to be gathered and team members want to share with other stakeholders.
Each time, our prototype moves forward and includes everything that matters to the team in a timely manner.
When the team thinks the prototype is presentable, we run tests with users to get their feedback.