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...
Are you tired of Rework? Here is a fresh approach that really does reduce rewwork...
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UI Design like a Comedian! Improv Comedians have a very unique skill of creativity and it got me thinking, is there something about how they approach their work that we could apply to Creative UI Design?
UI Design like a Comedian so your users don't laugh at your designs !! :)
In this article, Adrian Taylor looks at how we got from 3-D and skeuomorphic to flat and minimal and what influence it’s having on interface design as a whole. Additionally, he also shares some tips and considerations on designing flat interfaces.
An introduction to PowerStrory, a PowerPoint Plugin that enables the creation of Use Case Storyboards and will also automatically generate test cases For more information visit http:--www.power-story.com...
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.
In this discussion I shared some of my experiments with agile techniques. The response has been interesting. Cheers.
[Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of seven posts on running your own Google Ventures design sprint.
A great article describing how Google Ventures explores different design/solution ideas quickly. It is a natural process that everyone can get involved in. We actually use a similar approach here at PowerStory.
One analyst describes BlackBerry's results as a 'complete disaster' as the company disappointed on virtually every single financial metric. Read this article by Roger Cheng on CNET News.
Perhaps a bit off topic, but a good reminder about developing something compelling.
I don't understand why the analysts would be surprised by such a terrible quarter by blackberry....Being Canadian, I would love to see Blackberry do well, but lets be honest here...they have no compelling reason for an apple or android user to switch. Even Microsoft with it's office integration which can be argued is a compelling reason to switch to a windows phone struggles with any real market share. You could even argue that the UI design of the windows phone is better than Apple or Android...but yet it still is not compelling enough it seems to gain significant market share.
This is just a reminder to all of us that design products that if you are a minority player in a market dominated by 1 or 2 vendors, think twice about entry or make sure you have something that is just too compelling to ignore.
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