Justinmind launches a new integration with Atlassian JIRA, making it possible to visualize JIRA issues in interactive prototypes
Capturing requirements accurately is the key to any successful project.
Here at Justinmind we’ve always worked to make requirements management painless: you can create requirements directly within your prototyping tool, and all requirements can be organized in customized categories with labels and colors for solid and efficient management.
Consolidate tasks between software and teams
But there’s more. Justinmind’s latest releases see advances in the integration with software development tool Atlassian JIRA.
Users can import JIRA tasks and requirements with 2 fields: name (summary in JIRA) and description (description in JIRA). There is also an option to view the prototype with the associated requirements in Simulation mode.
What does this mean in practical terms? The Business Analyst can keep requirements organized even at high speed thanks to the Atlassian JIRA integration: it’s easy to keep track of requirements across different tools, and avoid rework by importing issues and tasks so you don’t have to create requirements from scratch repeatedly.
For more information on getting started with this integration, check out this tutorial.
Breaking down barriers between design and development
This is only one of a series of updates that will see Justinmind break down barriers between the design and development teams.
In a recent product release, we added a brand new CSS feature to our collection of floating palettes in Justinmind’s workspace. From the CSS palette, you can now copy and paste the CSS styles of UI elements, including width, height, font family, size and weight and color.
A new Justinmind for Developers version is expected to be released mid-June.
Atlassian Summit Europe 2017 in Barcelona
Atlassian’s first ever non-USA event, Atlassian Summit Europe, will take place in Barcelona through 2- 5 May 2017. Justinmind are excited to attend the 3 day event, which promises to be a jam-packed affair of product management, software innovation, sector insights and awesome networking. With talks from Atlassian influncers such as Georgie Bottomley, AtlasCamp training workshops on product development, and the legendary Atlassian Bash close-out party, there are tons of reasons to get down to the Summit if you can.
See you there!