The numbers on top of the board represent tickets (JIRA term for cards) within each column, and clicking a ticket reveals more information about the project. I encourage designers to document as much of their research and thought process within tickets.
Building design process within teams
Jules Cheung

Is there a reason for sticking to a simple kanban board? Because I am really interested, as a designer, in knowing why & how a task comes to my to do list. Say maybe there’s a column which could be broad product segments or user groups or design principles. What do you think?

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