The Missing Link: Visually Communicating Requirements to ALL Stakeholders in Context

Greg Garner

Visualization highlights the path to efficient development. Software is built to solve user problems with a system solution. Users who cannot visualize or describe their problem cannot understand their problems much less communicate the problem to someone else. This presentation includes a walk-through based on defining requirements using visual tools to show how requirements should be defined based upon a contextual view of requirements using the user interface or the logical connected activities that “make sense” to build context for the development project. The organization of these requirements and a demonstration of a simple change control process used to ensure agility in the process of defining requirements will be addressed.

Key Content

  • Apply the Psychology of Communication to the Requirements      Development Process
  • Contrasting Text-Based Approaches to Contextual-Based Approaches
  • Why Visualization is the Way of the Future


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