Articles about Requirements

Effective and Efficient: Conducting UX and Design Reviews

Lead effective and efficient design reviews in your organization. This method consists of three targeted rounds of reviews. [Read More]

Hold the Sprinkles! Design Mapping for Agile UX Design

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Agile design teams can often get swept up in a single product feature, iterating that one feature to its most perfect state. [Read More]

Analyze This: A Task Analysis Primer for Web Design

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A deep dive into task analysis: how it is used, and why, too often, we ignore one of the most helpful tools in our toolboxes. [Read More]

Model-driven Inquiry: A Streamlined Approach to Data Collection

Contextual design models can be developed through exploratory modeling, providing a potentially useful framework to guide and speed up the later modeling activities. [Read More]

Taking Aim: The Power of User Experience Goals

A user experience goal is a choice made by your product team about what kind of experience you want your users to have with your product or service. [Read More]

Capturing User Requirements in Health and Social Care: Applying UML for unambiguous communication

An approach to the Unified Modeling Language that captured what is possibly the most comprehensive set of aging healthcare requirements documented in Australia, and possibly worldwide. [Read More]

Citizen-Centric Computing (Issue 3.1)

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Remote or in-person, solo or in teams, and designing a government portal. (Full text not available) [Read More]