Most agile teams use story walls – either physical walls or online tools to store their stories.
But a lot of those teams see the wall as a burden rather than a tool that makes life easier for them. This is a shame because the only reason you want to have a wall is because it makes it quicker and easier for the team to get their work done.
From the perspective of the TEAM, the story wall makes their work visible so that they can more easily collaborate and get things done
Since different teams work differently, they are likely to want different types of story walls. This is the first in a series of articles that run through different types of walls that might be useful to different teams. There is no best practice – just things that suit different teams.