We seek to close the gap between software engineering (SE) and human-computer interaction (HCI) by indicating interdisciplinary interfaces throughout the different phases of SE and HCI lifecycles. As agile representatives of SE, Extreme Programming (XP) and Agile Modeling (AM) contribute helpful principles and practices for a common engineering approach. We… (More)
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In this paper we describe a first version of ZEUS, a web application that combines browsing, searching and object presentation. With the zooming and panning based navigation concept of ZEUS and a hierarchical organization of the information space we try to solve the problems of information overload. It has to be evaluated if categorization, zooming and a… (More)
Corporate software development faces very demanding challenges, especially concerning the user interface of a software system. Collaborative design with stakeholders demands informal modeling methods that everybody can understand and apply. But using traditional, paper-based methods to gather and document requirements, an IT organization often experiences… (More)
Content-Navigation (Welie 2006) verwendet werden, um noch tiefer in den Informationsraum vorzudringen. Ein sehr
This article seeks to close the gap between software engineering and human-computer interaction by indicating interdisciplinary interfaces of SE and HCI lifecycles. We present a cross-discipline user interface design lifecycle that integrates SE and HCI under the umbrella of agile development. From its birth in the 1980's, the field of human-computer… (More)
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Few of today's EPDM (electronic product data management) systems make use of valuable approaches in user interface design and information visualization as suggested by researchers. In this paper, we describe a design approach addressing the problems of searching, browsing, visualizing and filtering information in hierarchically structured graphs. The main… (More)