Creating custom requirements views in Manager is an important part of managing your user stories and requirements in iRise. It’s actually very simple and intuitive once you understand the basics. This video covers how to create your views, including the use of custom filters and the column and row settings.
In this video you'll get a quick tour of the Manager interface of the iRise platform and learn the major features involved.
During this webinar we cover some helpful tips on how to best leverage the collaboration and requirements management capabilities in iRise.
In this fast-paced, 15-minute webinar you will learn how to:
- Document User Stories in iRise
- Create custom requirements views and attributes
- Import requirements from Excel, and how that can be used as shortcut for updating your schema
- Share a link to a specific comment or requirement
- Make projects public or private
During this fast-paced webinar, we run through some quick iRise tips that you might not know about. The goal is to be short and sweet, and at the end you'll be better at prototyping and gathering requirements.
Custom libraries should be a important part of every iRise user's workflow. In this video, you'll learn how the new Web Importer tool can dramatically speed the process of creating libraries that the entire team can leverage.
You'll also learn how you can use Web Importer to help you quickly create page templates.
The new Reporting tab in iRise brings its enhanced functionality front and center.
You'll now have a predefined set of templates that include the most commonly used reports, including a Functional Requirements Document, an Epic and Story Report, and a Design Specification Doc. You can use them as is, or customize them to fit your corporate documentation standards.
There's a very simple and effective workflow you can use between Photoshop and iRise. This short video demonstrates how to use the "Generate Image Assets" feature in Photoshop along with simple drag-and-drop features in iRise. The process will allow you to easily move your screen comps and individual images from Photoshop to your prototype.
It's been a very busy 2017 here at iRise, and we know it can be hard to keep up with all the new feature releases. To help out, we've put together this easy to browse cheat sheet.
(Doug Brown: 00:00 iRise Demo: 25:40 Integration Demo: 40:10 Tasktop: 44:15)
During this webinar, Doug Brown, former VP Senior User Experience Designer at JPMorgan Chase and Manager of UI Engineering for eCommerce at DSW, discussed and demonstrated how he’s integrated best of breed tools to bring together requirements, Lean UX design, and the Agile development processes.
Interested in integrating tools like JIRA, HP ALM, JAMA, Microsoft TFS, or any of the other major ALM tools? Then this webinar is definitely worth your time.
We’re currently working on exciting upcoming functionality that enhances the ability to build responsive layouts in iRise. In the meantime, if you’d like to start experimenting with that functionality, you can using the new custom CSS feature. To help get you started, we've created a video showing examples in action.