Capture requirements and user stories in context
iRise is the only tool that combines text requirements and user stories with web and mobile prototyping. While using collaborative prototyping to drive early communication and consensus, the team can also start capturing requirements for each screen and UI element directly within the prototype.
Since requirements are in context of the screens they describe, they’re much easier for stakeholders to consume and understand. And our flexible requirements management tools allows you to manage them through to development.
Drag and drop requirements management
Sort, prioritize, filter, and group your requirements, user stories, tasks and other related deliverables in a simple list or grid layout. Customize the rows and columns to track just about anything, from status to sprints to priorities. Drag and drop cards to prioritize them and automatically update their properties.
Capture exactly the information your team needs
Configure each project to fit the way your team works - from Agile to waterfall, or anything in between. Maybe you want to capture detailed functional specifications, or perhaps you prefer User Stories and Epics. The information you capture is up to you.
Create user flows, business process diagrams, and more
Create interactive business process flows, use cases, and other diagrams that people will understand and remember. By bringing your diagrams to life, stakeholders can follow the story you’re trying to tell.
Writing requirements documents can be painstaking, but it doesn’t have to be. All of the information in your prototypes – every screen, UI element, and requirement – can be exported instantly into the documents that you can customize to meet your team’s needs.
Be agile with customizable Scrum and Kanban views
Create a Scrum or Kanban view when development begins. Assign user stories to developers, add development tasks, and track open issues. Organize all of your project documentation, from the project charter to user personas, or high-level business requirements.
Review changes made to your requirements (and prototypes too) using the Audit tab
The Audit tab allows you to review activity for a particular project, screen or requirement/story. For example, you can view how a requirement's title, description, priority, release date or any other property value has changed over time. You can also determine what changes have been made to a page in your prototype. This field-level activity history can be helpful in meeting corporate Compliance as well as Regulatory needs.