Agile projects, even fake ones (which don't do automated testing and continuous integration at all), use story cards, that is, writing requirements on cards (commonly, index cards used). But the fact is that nowadays most of people's handwriting, like mine, are not very recognisable (a less polite word: sucks). Story cards are conversation starters in agile projects, but only can be effective if team members can read the text on them.
Almost every project team I am involved likes the idea of printing story cards, this can be easily done in StoryWise. After entered or imported user stories in StoryWise, you can generate story card PDF from user story list
or from the story details page
, and you will get
Then you set up your printer with specified paper size 152x102mm to print it out on index cards.