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Translates the latest research findings into techniques that readers can immediately use to enhance the effectiveness of user-interface design and object-oriented software engineering design
Features contributions from the top names in the field, including Rebecca Wirfs-Brock, Ivar Jacobson, Jakob Nielsen, Tom Carey, Allan MacLean, Scott Robertson, Morten Kyng, Mary Beth Rosson, and others
Assesses the effectiveness of various scenario-based design approaches in dealing with a wide range of design problems and in different types and sizes of organizations
Packed with case studies and enlightening illustrations
One of the first full-length books to present the subject of scenarios in user-interface design with practical applications to the design process, the book translates research conclusions into practical techniques that can be used immediately to enhance the effectiveness of user-interface design.
Work Processes: Scenarios as a Preliminary Vocabulary (K. Kuutti).
Creating Contexts for Design (M. Kyng).
Scenario Use in the Design of a Speech Recognition System (J. Karat).
Usage Representations for Reuse of Design Insights: A Case Study of Access to On-Line Books (T. Carey & M. Rusli).
Design Space Analysis and Use Representations (A. MacLean & D. McKerlie).
Rapid Prototyping of User Interfaces Driven by Task Models (P. Johnson, et al.).
Generating Object-Oriented Design Representations via Scenario Queries (S. Robertson).
The Use-Case Construct in Object-Oriented Software Engineering (I. Jacobson).
Discussion: Scenarios as Engines of Design (R. Mack).
Some Reflections on Scenarios (B. Nardi).