M. D. Harrison, J. C. Campos, G. Doherty and K. Loer
Connecting rigorous system analysis to experience centred design
In E. Law, E. Hvannberg and G. Cockton, editors, Maturing Usability: Quality in Software, Interaction and Value, Human-Computer Interaction Series, chapter 3, pages 56-74. Springer. 2008. (ISSN: 1571-5035; ISBN: 978-1-84628-940-8)

Abstract

This chapter explores the role that formal modelling may play in aiding the visualization and implementation of usability, with a particular emphasis on experience requirements in an ambient and mobile system. Mechanisms for require- ments elicitation and evaluation are discussed, as well as the role of scenarios and their limitations in capturing experience requirements. The chapter then discusses the role of formal modelling by revisiting an analysis based on an exploration of traditional usability requirements before moving on to consider requirements more appropriate to a built environment. The role of modelling within the development process is re-examined by looking at how models may incorporate knowledge relat- ing to user experience, and how the results of the analysis of such models may be exploited by human factors and domain experts in their consideration of user experience issues.

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 author = {M. D. Harrison and J. C. Campos and G. Doherty and K. Loer},
 title = {Connecting rigorous system analysis to experience centred design},
 booktitle = {Maturing Usability: Quality in Software, Interaction and Value},
 publisher = {Springer},
 editor = {E. Law and E. Hvannberg and G. Cockton},
 series = {Human-Computer Interaction Series},
 chapter = {3},
 pages = {56-74},
 year = {2008},
 note = {ISSN: 1571-5035; ISBN: 978-1-84628-940-8},
 abstract = {This chapter explores the role that formal modelling may play in aiding the visualization and implementation of usability, with a particular emphasis on experience requirements in an ambient and mobile system. Mechanisms for require- ments elicitation and evaluation are discussed, as well as the role of scenarios and their limitations in capturing experience requirements. The chapter then discusses the role of formal modelling by revisiting an analysis based on an exploration of traditional usability requirements before moving on to consider requirements more appropriate to a built environment. The role of modelling within the development process is re-examined by looking at how models may incorporate knowledge relat- ing to user experience, and how the results of the analysis of such models may be exploited by human factors and domain experts in their consideration of user experience issues.},
 url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-84628-941-5_3}
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