PHASE 1 Plan

PHASE 2 Specification

PHASE 3 Design

PHASE 4 Result

In the previous chapter, we discussed how inventorizing your assumptions and requirements is but one essential step for effective prototype. Next, you’ll need more information about the context and how the requirements and assumptions are combined into tasks. Two proven techniques for understanding context are creating a task flow and writing related scenarios. A task flow depicts the steps users perform to complete a task or tasks. A task flow also shows the dependencies and order of steps in a process, such as a business process or work flow. A scenario is the narration of that task flow in a specific context such as a critical incident ...

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