Integrating Use Cases, Storyboarding and Prototyping
Selecting the correct technique for eliciting and documenting requirements can be challenging for an organization. Without an efficient requirements approach, businesses are unable to come to a shared understanding of project goals, limiting their ability to make effective decisions regarding objectives.
This white paper discusses how to effectively gather and document requirements. Explore how use cases, storyboarding and prototyping provide a powerful combination of techniques for working with requirements. Discover the strengths and weaknesses of each approach and ways to use the three in conjunction to ensure that your project meets expectations. Learn how a natural and reinforcing parallelism exists between working on the use-case descriptions, storyboarding, and prototyping, and how these activities flow together seamlessly during an iteration.
Project Management solutions
modeling and visualization
source code control
application lifecycle management
CTO-Americas, Ivar Jacobson Consulting
Kurt Bittner is CTO-Americas for Ivar Jacobson Consulting. He is the author of numerous articles on software engineering, and does Addison-Wesley publish the co-author with Ian Spence of Use Case Modeling, published by Addison-Wesley in 2002, and Managing Iterative Software Development Projects, in 2006. His industry experience spans more than twenty-four years of successfully applied iterative approaches to delivering software solutions in a number of industries and problem domains, and he is a past contributor to the Rational Unified Process.
- Ivar Jacobson Consulting
- 10 Mar 2008
- 01 Jan 2008
- 6 Page(s)
- White Paper