My organization is moving toward UML for all of its documentation,
from requirements through development and maintenance. The UX
practice here is in it's infancy and I am now a team of one. While
I'm familiar with UML, I'm skeptical that it will be appropriate
for user flows and any other UX documentation.
Has anyone worked in a UML environment? How did you integrate your
practice into RUP or similar methodologies?
In hjis book, Hugh Dubberly <http://www.dubberly.com/author/hugh/> have
collected over one-hundred descriptions of design and development processes,
from architecture, industrial design, mechanical engineering, quality
management, and software development.
The theme of this research is: IxD and Experiential Factors.
The considered experiential factors include (Learnability, usage, error and
feedback, Comfort, Collaboration, Affect, Guidance and support,
Accesability) . Depending on the kind of product some factors can become not
The boundaries of IxD here are pretty much similar to those defined in Dan
saffer's IxD Relationship .