According to my understanding of Scrum, an item should start and end in the same sprint. How does the UX design fits in this affirmation, if this quote is true?
because some time user research takes more than a sprint to be done.
thanks for your feedback.
You're pointing exactling what I'm wondering: I entended to get customers feedback during my first sprint, but I never get a chance to do it: the product I'm working on is a B to B one, has only a few customers I could ask feedback, and I have "the big pictures" only now... 3 sprints later I started working (also I'm alone doing it so I may need more time than a UX team working together).
I was thinking that maybe there's a part of their work that could fit well with Scrum (once you have had the time to figure out what your customers need and how things work for them) ; but another that needs to be done before being able to create user stories... (and so am I back to a waterfall conception?)
That's that particular point I'd like to have feedback for. I'm interested in how other teams work, regarding their size maybe? their projects? uses to work together? their product owner?... and whatever parameter could change things.