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Table Of Contents

Introduction to the Handbook
User-Centred Design
Focus of the Handbook
Relationship to, and use with, Traditional Requirements Engineering methods
Existing software engineering procedures
Relationship with other RESPECT documents
Main stages of the Framework
User Requirements Framework
User context and Early design
Phase 1: User context and Early design
1.1Summarise project
1.2Identify Users and Stakeholders
1.3Specify user characteristics
1.5Describe physical environment
1.6Describe Social and Organisational environment
1.7Identify user goals and tasks
1.8Review current processes
1.9Review similar systems and products
1.10Produce design ideas and concepts
Prototype and User test
2.1General usability goals and guidelines
2.2Identify design constraints
2.3Identify task scenarios
2.4Propose new processes
2.5Develop prototype
2.6Test prototype with users
2.7Review user cost/benefits
2.8Move to phase 3 ?
User requirements documentation
3.1General system characteristics
3.2Organisational structure
3.3Task scenarios and interaction steps
3.3 Task Scenarios and Interaction Steps
3.4Technical environment
3.5System functions and features
3.6User interface design
3.7User Support
3.8Physical environment
3.9Social and Organisational environment
FORM 3.9 - SOCIAL AND ORGANISATIONAL ENVIRONMENT
3.9 Social and Organisational Environment
3.10Standards and styleguides to apply
3.11Test plan
3.12Implementation plan
Part C
4. User Requirements Methods
TABLE 1. COMPARISON OF USER REQUIREMENTS METHODS
4.1Brainstorming
4.2Controlled testing
4.3Diary keeping
4.4Focus group
4.5Functionality matrix
Functionality Matrix
4.6Group Discussion
4.7Interviews
4.8Observation
4.9Paper prototyping
4.10Parallel design
4.11Rapid prototyping (software or hardware based)
4.12Scenario building
4.13Storyboarding
4.14Survey
4.15Task Analysis
4.16Task Allocation
4.17Video prototyping
4.18Walkthroughs
4.19Wizard of Oz prototyping
References
Appendix 2 - Human Factors Standards
Appendix 3 - Blank forms to support User Requirements specification
Form 1.1 - Project Summary
Form 1.2 - Users and Stakeholders
Form 1.3 - User group characteristics
1.3 User group characteristics
Form 1.4 - Technical environment
Form 1.5 - Physical Environment
Form 1.6 - Social and Organisational Environment
1.6 Social and Organisational Environment
Form 1.7 - User Goals and Tasks
Form 1.8 - Current Process
Form 1.9 - Functions and features of similar systems
1.9 Functions and features of similar systems
Form 1.10 - Design Ideas and Concepts
1.10 Design ideas and concepts
Form 2.1 - General Usability Goals
Form 2.2 - Design Constraints
Form 2.3 - Task Scenarios
Form 2.4 - Propose New processes
Form 2.6- Task Walkthrough Feedback
Form 2.7 - User cost-benefits
Form 3.1 - General System Characteristics
3.1 General System Characteristics
Form 3.3 - Task Scenarios and Interaction Steps
Form 3.4 - Technical Environment requirements
Form 3.5.1 - System Functions
Form 3.5.2 - System Features
Form 3.6 - User Interface design
Form 3.7 - User Support
Form 3.8 - Physical Environment
Form 3.9 - Social and Organisational Environment
Form 3.10 - Standards to Apply
Form 3.11.1 - Usability test plan
Form 3.11.2 - Usability test results
Form 3.12 - User Requirements Implementation Plan
3.12 User requirements implementation plan
Part A
Part B
User Requirements Methods
Part D
References and Appendices
Phase 1
User Context and Early Design
Phase 2
Prototyping and User Test
Phase 3
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