August 5, 2011 | John Rusk | 5 Comments My new Agile scope management tool is now live! It’s called Tactyle, in reference to its emphasis on touching and interacting with the content of your project. Other key design principles include: simple, effective, and fully-automated Earned Value – in keeping with my blog posts in recent years suitable for fixed price and/or fixed scope – again, in keeping with this blog based in the Story Mapping paradigm (it’s not a database, it’s not a kanban board; it’s just totally a Story Map) designed to have the direct “tangible-ness” of index cards (more so than any other tool I’ve seen – IMHO) while also being authentically digital low-friction (i.e. quick and easy to use) deliberate simplicity (to the point that there are only two screens in the whole product) You can find videos, documentation, and the product itself at www.tactyle.net. I’ve been using it myself for about 4 months (to manage it’s own development). I hope you find it as useful, and addictive, as I have.