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Software Engn 1 Syst Analysis

by: Laurianne White MD

Software Engn 1 Syst Analysis CSIS 360

Laurianne White MD

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Date Created: 10/12/15
CSIS 360 Lecture 10 Miscellanea Project Status Client meeting What day is each group going to submit status reports User Stories Chapters 3 and 5 What is the main theme here What were the key ideas Why does the author think that identifying user roles is important What do you think What do you think about this process for identifying user roles Brainstorming roles Consolidating the roles Determine role attributes What do you think about the idea of personas How do the ideas of user roles and user proxies relate Can you nd real users for the BigMoneyJobs web site What are some issues to watch out for with user proxies It s hard to see the important issues from someone else s viewpoint Often proxies tend to focus on things that are important to them so too much emphasis is put on features that are not relevant to most actual users Domain experts 7 resulting system may be too complex for targeted users who are not as experienced Analysis Paralysis 7 see page 61 re business analysts Customer User Best to have more than 1 proxy 7 get different viewpoints Sometimes there are subtle ways of getting users involved user task force beta releases 0 another motivation for releasing early and often Why can t you use yourself as a user proxy You are not your user Exercise Get together in your groups Imagine you are developing a new web site collegecom that is aimed at prospective college students Here are some epics about collegecom A student can search for a college A student can learn about nancial aid and scholarships A student can post information about himherself A college can post information about itself A college can search for potential students who meet specific criteria Using the techniques described in the book identify user roles for this system Consolidate the roles and identify role attributes Be prepared to present and discuss your roles Next time 7 low fidelity prototypes


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