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Collaborative techniques for developing usability requirements

How to engage users and stakeholders in identifying and prioritizing usability requirements to ensure the end product meets true user needs

Usability requirements are non-functional requirements that translate user research into meaningful guidance for design and into measures of success for testing. Learn about how to apply user research and business analysis to write usability requirements and to guide collaborative requirements definition.


Presentation by Karen L. Bachmann (Perficient)
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General
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1:30pm to 2:30pm on Wednesday, June 22, 2011