Maintaining a Focus on User Requirements Throughout the Development of Clinical Workstation Software

@inproceedings{Coble1997MaintainingAF,
  title={Maintaining a Focus on User Requirements Throughout the Development of Clinical Workstation Software},
  author={Janette M. Coble and John Karat and Michael G. Kahn},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={1997}
}
Establishing user requirements is well recognized as a critical step in the development of useful and usable systems (e.g., [5]). Recent innovations in human-computer interaction design address new methods for effective requirements gathering, such as Participatory Design and Contextual Inquiry (e.g., [7], [9]). However, even when projects use these methods successfully to collect vrdid requirement descriptions, it remains a challenge to establish a process that makes direct use of those… CONTINUE READING

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