Commit 35b37cfb authored by Sarrah Vesselov's avatar Sarrah Vesselov

fix typos. add a reference to deliverable and stretch for design artifact

parent 544117a5
......@@ -168,7 +168,7 @@ hits. They are not always necessary, but very convenient.
If you are an expert in a particular area, it makes it easier to find issues to
work on. You can also subscribe to those labels to receive an email each time an
issue is labelled with a subject label corresponding to your expertise.
issue is labeled with a subject label corresponding to your expertise.
Examples of subject labels are ~wiki, ~"container registry", ~ldap, ~api,
~issues, ~"merge requests", ~labels, and ~"container registry".
......@@ -315,10 +315,10 @@ Once an issue has been worked on and is ready for development, a UXer applies th
The UX team has a special type label called ~"design artifact". This label indicates that the final output
for an issue is a UX solution/design. The solution will be developed by frontend and/or backend in a subsequent milestone.
Any issue labelled ~"design artifact" should not also be labeled ~"frontend" or ~"backend" since no development is
Any issue labeled ~"design artifact" should not also be labeled ~"frontend" or ~"backend" since no development is
needed until the solution has been decided.
~"design artifact" issues are like any other issue and should contain a milestone label when scheduled in the current milestone.
~"design artifact" issues are like any other issue and should contain a milestone label, ~"Deliverable" or ~"Stretch", when scheduled in the current milestone.
Once the ~"design artifact" issue has been completed, the UXer removes the ~"design artifact" label and applies the ~"UX ready" label. The Product Manager can use the
existing issue or decide to create a whole new issue for the purpose of development.
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