Reducing Rework through Use Case Storyboards What are some sources of REWORK Misunderstanding of Requirements => Translation Errors Test Cases that are inconsistent with the Requirements Changes to Requirements Updating the user interaction flow...
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I will be honest, I have not answered this question in my own mind yet, but I thought it would be good to have a group discussion about the potential pros/cons of not using sprints/iterations when applying agile.
Full blown interactive prototypes with actual user ineraction behavior and real data can be very cool...but are they worth the effort, and will they actually hurt the usability of your product because you don't explore enough of the design options?
In Part 1 of this discussion I argue my point of view that since UI Prototyping takes more time to develop, this ultimately leads to less iterations of design ideas which can sacrifice the overall ...
This may sound counter intuitive, but full blown UI Prototypes with user interaction, logic and interactive data, take much more time to build than simple wireframe pictures....so make sure you use them only when you need to and not as a default, otherwise you will end up hurting your usability and/or budget.
Also, if you are going to develop a full blown interactive prototype (i.e. not just a wireframe) then do this using your development tools, not some thirda party tool that only builds interactive prototypes such as iRise or Axure. These tools are awesome, but in the end a waste of time, because they take only slightly less or the same time as using full blown developer tools, and are not re-usable in the end product. Yeah they can export html,...but in the real world that html code never gets used by the developers, because the developer tools / stack use different css / js libraries than what is output by either iRise or Axure...or similar tools.
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