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This paper aims at identifying critical factors affecting organization-wide implementation of requirements engineering (RE) processes. The paper is based on a broad literature review and three longitudinal case studies that were carried out using an action research method. The results indicate that RE process implementation is a demanding undertaking, and(More)
Requirements prioritization is recognized as an important activity in product development. In this paper, we describe the current state of requirements prioritization practices in two case companies and present the practical challenges involved. Our study showed that requirements prioritization is an ambiguous concept and current practices in the companies(More)
Please cite this article in press as: Kujala, S., et j.intcom.2011.06.005 The goal of user experience design in industry is to improve customer satisfaction and loyalty through the utility, ease of use, and pleasure provided in the interaction with a product. So far, user experience studies have mostly focused on short-term evaluations and consequently on(More)
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User experience (UX) arises from the user's interaction with a product and its pragmatic and hedonic (pleasure) qualities. Until recently, UX evaluation has focused mainly on examining short-term experiences. However, as the user-product relationship evolves over time, the hedonic aspects of UX eventually seem to gain more weight over the pragmatic aspects.(More)
Introducing requirements engineering appears to involve a cultural change in organizations. Such a cultural change requires that requirements are defined and managed systematically, not only from a technical point of view, but also from the customers’ and users’ points of view. This paper describes experiences gained from four Finnish organizations that(More)