I work on introducing Kanban into our development process (software/electronics/mechanical). I've created a Kanban board with three columns: Open - In Progress - Done.
I created the following swim-lanes:
I've connected up a 40" screen to a laptop with the intention of displaying this board to the team with the intention of improving visibility. Given standard JIRA Kanban layout, I can barely display a third of the board on the screen. Screen definition is 1920x1080 which should be enough space.
The issue is that the cards are way too large and I can't find a way to make them smaller. I wonder if somebody else came across the same problem? Maybe there are addons that can be used instead?
Thank you for your reply. I do this already. I'm trying out a workaround now where I removed swim lanes and created a new dashboard for each department. I have then configured a slideshow where board switches from one team to another every minute. This gave me a little more space to work with.
Quite a lot of space is being taken up by the items in the done column. Maybe I can change the query so that it displays items in the done column only if they have been moved there recently, otherwise it won't display them at all.
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