A user story is a vital part to the agile approach of product development and idea validation. In its simplest form, it’s a way to steer writing about product requirements toward having a meaningful conversation about them. While user stories will include a written-down sentence or two of description, it’s the conversations surrounding them that are truly valuable.
So why is wireframing important when approaching a new product like a website or mobile app? Wireframing is only one facet of Rootstrap, but we don’t stop at napkin sketch wireframes, you’re going to get project ready designs. So, if you’re ready to see your idea come to life, contact us today.
It’s not something that a lot of development shops are going to admit to (mostly because it might keep you from giving them your money), but many new mobile apps fail or at least don’t meet the creators expectations. Rootstrap exists to give your idea the best chance at success, but to know what works when you create an app, you also have to know what doesn’t.