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Use Scenarios in the Development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT)
|Title:||Use Scenarios in the Development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype (ADEPT)|
Leazer, Gregory H.
Borgman, Christine L.
Gilliland-Swetland, Anne J.
show 2 moreAncona, Dan
Nilsson, Rachel M.
|Keywords:||User-centered system design|
|Citation:||Rich Gazan, Gregory H. Leazer, Christine L. Borgman, Anne J. Gilliland-Swetland, Laura Smart, Dan Ancona & Rachel Michael Nilsson (2003). Use Scenarios in the Development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype. American Society for Information Science & Technology Annual Meeting, 19-22 October 2003, Long Beach, CA.|
|Abstract:||A user-centered, iterative design philosophy requires a common language between users, designers and builders to translate user needs into buildable specifications. This paper details the rationale, evolution and implementation of use scenarios
—structured narrative descriptions of envisioned system use—in the development of the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype. This paper discusses the strengths of the scenario approach, obstacles to their use, and lessons learned in the overall development process.
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