User story is one of the most important tool for agile development. They are often used for identifying the features of a system under developed. User stories are well compatible with the other agile software development techniques and methods, such as scrum and extreme programming.
A use case is a tool for identifying the business goals of a system. The identification of use cases helps define system scope, ensuring that the requirements to be found will all be aligned with the business values, needs and strategy.
Sprint is an important concept in scrum (agile development process). A sprint is a set period of time which specific user stories have to be completed and confirmed. A sprint approach ensures a constant and frequent delivery of executable software features throughout a project in software development.
Customers need to recognize how a proposed feature will work. But simply describing to them verbally or textually for the targeted feature to be built may be quite challenging for their imagination. Wireframing can be extremely helpful in squaring that circle, as it can be served as a 'show, don't tell' visual mock-up tool for confirming of system design ideas with customers.
Android phone wireframes are screen sketches of an app that's run on an Android phone. We create Android phone wireframe for confirming of app design ideas with end users.
Android tablet wireframes are screen sketches of an app that's run on an Android tablet. We create Android tablet wireframe for confirming of app design ideas with end user.
Desktop application wireframes are screen sketches of applications that run on a desktop computer. We create desktop wireframe for confirming application design ideas with end users.