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Hi there! I'm a UX designer who uses Balsamiq, Confluence, Jira in my iterative design delivery. I'm always looking at better ways to cut down on wasted time/artifacts, while keeping context and information at hand. I think a lot about how developers and other stakeholders experience the way I communicate intent. 


I just joined this community to learn more, and see what others are doing in this space. Not to mention Atlassian's stellar reputation as a product team!

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Erica Moss Community Manager Oct 03, 2018

Hi, @Danelle Bailey!

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We're happy you found us. 😄 Be sure to check out the Confluence and Jira collections here, as well as just-for-kicks threads like Friday Fun and Miscellaneous Monday. Oh, and show us the view from your desk here!

Mirek Community Leader Oct 15, 2018

Welcome @Danelle Bailey! :) If you have any specific questions.. simply write a post :)

Welcome @Danelle Bailey :)

Are you also using Sketch or InVision in your daily work? If yes you might want to search for these terms on the Atlassian Marketplace to find some apps which make working with all these tools in the Atlassian ecosystem even better.

Best, Tobias

Thank you! I have in the past but right now I mostly use Balsamiq in my current role. I have been using the Jira and Confluence tools with it already, as I'm part of their user group and they pointed me to them. Thanks for the welcome!

From a fellow UX designer to another -- Hi! and welcome to our community :) 

If you haven't already seen it, our Atlassian Design blog on Medium just published this great piece on how designers can use Jira. https://medium.com/designing-atlassian/how-to-jira-for-designers-e37c354aa078

Kevan Lin Atlassian Team Apr 11, 2019

Thanks for letting me know, i've updated the link in my comment. 

Thanks for the link! :) I have a blog and hope to post pieces of our process soon. 

 

http://danellebailey.com 

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