Examples of Cooper-style "requirements"?

10 Mar 2009 - 9:00am
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jabbett
2008

Our team has just developed an extensive set of context scenarios,
describing how our personas will interact at a high level with the web
application we intend to develop.

About Face spends barely 1.5 pages talking about extracting requirements
("the personas' needs") from scenarios. I get the basic idea, but I learn a
lot better from examples. Perhaps some of you out there have real
requirements sets you could share?

Thanks,
Jon

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10 Mar 2009 - 10:47am
Kim Goodwin
2004

Hi, Jon.

At the risk of sounding self-serving ;-) my new book, Designing for the Digital Age, has about 50 pages on defining requirements "Cooper-style". There are multiple examples.

http://www.amazon.com/Designing-Digital-Age-Human-Centered-Products/dp/0470229101/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1236700118&sr=8-1

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Our team has just developed an extensive set of context scenarios,
describing how our personas will interact at a high level with the web
application we intend to develop.

About Face spends barely 1.5 pages talking about extracting requirements
("the personas' needs") from scenarios. I get the basic idea, but I learn a
lot better from examples. Perhaps some of you out there have real
requirements sets you could share?

Thanks,
Jon
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