Therefore, the business cuts out any thought of upfront product validation and research, as well as, any product strategy work because these processes are not “part of Agile”
But when you begin to craft a user experience for the initial stories that you’ll deliver to your Development team for implementation, you’ll need to be a strict editor and include only the core user interface elements. Limiting scope in this way can be challenging when you are used to waterfall approach, in which you may have only one chance to document all of the user interface elements you... think your design should include. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the agile development process works best when you start with simple designs that deliver core functionality to users. While making refinements is important, you can add these later. Just as when you are prioritizing high-level requirements, it’s best to start your designs with the simplest thing that could possibly work.