Using Confluence & Jira to Manage App Build

Hi,

 

I am trying to figure out the best way to configure Confluence and Jira to build an app.

My understanding so far is:

  • Create Project in Jira using Kanban template
    • Create the first Epic 
  • Create Space in Confluence and complete the overview
  • Create a Requirements page for the first Epic, and link to Jira
  • Complete the Requirements page and use this to create Stories/Tasks in Jira
  • Allocate the tasks to development, create sub tasks
  • Repeat for next Epic

 

I'd like to issue tasks to non-developers regarding the Confluence collaboration. Things like:

  • Review Stories
  • Create wireframes
  • Add comments
  • Approve content

Should I create separate project for the non-developer based tasks?
I know I can link two projects to this, so was thinking of creating:
- Project1 - APP-DEV
- Project2 - APP-PREDEV (or NONDEV or PM or whatever)

The people in Project 2 would be:
Stakeholders
Designers
Research
Working Groups

Is this a usual approach?

Thanks
Patrick 

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