Inspector: Interactive UI Specification Tool

  title={Inspector: Interactive UI Specification Tool},
  author={Thomas Memmel and Harald Reiterer},
When the user interface should be specified, a picture is worth a thousand words, and the worst thing to do is write a natural language specification for it. Although this practice is still common, it is a challenging task to move from text-based requirements and problem-space concepts to a final UI design, and then back. Especially for user interface specification, actors must frequently switch between high-level descriptions and low-level detailed screens. In our research we found out that… CONTINUE READING
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