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[15 Jul 2014 | Comments Off on Designing and Documenting User Interactions | ]

This presentation discusses “designing and documenting user interactions.” It emphasizes the importance of writing good documentation, the value of style guides, while never losing site of the end goal of creating good user experiences.

[10 Jun 2014 | Comments Off on The A.A.R.T. of Writing User Stories | ]

Current user stories used to manage Agile requirements can be improved by clearly identifying, linking, and tracking Actors, Action, Results, and Tests. (A.A.R.T).

[1 May 2014 | Comments Off on Building Products People Want with Lean UX | ]

You are part of a modern development team delivering new features like clockwork. But are you sure you’re delivering the right features? Are you relying on up-front product research practices that don’t fit with your development process?

[27 Mar 2014 | Comments Off on Build the Perfect Product Your Users Want But Can’t Describe | ]

Product design and development remains difficult, even when applying Lean or Agile principles. Why is developing a great product so hard? How come it takes so many iterations? Why don’t users know what they want? Why don’t I know what they want?

[21 Feb 2014 | Comments Off on Techne: New Requirements Modeling Languages | ]

Techne is an abstract requirements modeling language that lays formal foundations for new modeling languages applicable during early phases of the requirements engineering process. During these phases, the requirements problem for the system-to-be is being structured, its candidate solutions described and compared in terms of how desirable they are to stakeholders.

[7 Feb 2014 | Comments Off on Mindmapping Agile Requirements | ]

Creating requirements for your web or mobile application can be tedious and managing ideas even more. The larger the project, the more difficult it becomes. Add in the flexibility that Agile brings to projects, and things could quickly get out of hand.

[14 Jan 2014 | Comments Off on User Stories for Both Requirements and Testing | ]

User stories are a technique taken from the agile development playbook that can easily be applied in traditional systems development and maintenance. User stories help you document needs in a structured way, from the users’ perspective. They’re a good basis for test cases, so as to support integrated requirements management and testing. In this article, you’ll find concrete advice based on our own experiences developing the requirements and testing tool ReQtest for how you can make user stories the basis for requirements management and testing.