Enriching requirements analysis with the Personas technique

@inproceedings{Castro2008EnrichingRA,
  title={Enriching requirements analysis with the Personas technique},
  author={John W. Castro and Silvia Teresita Acu{\~n}a and Natalia Juristo Juzgado},
  booktitle={I-USED 2008},
  year={2008}
}
Two separate processes for building usable systems —one from SE to develop the system and another from HCI to improve usability— are not easily manageable. Software development and usability design cannot be controlled and synchronized separately. Additionally, the likely overlap of activities across the two processes would reduce efficiency and increase costs. Milewski [15] claims that there are still problems with SE-HCI interactions that require more research. One of the major remaining… CONTINUE READING

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