SWE 3633 Lecture 8: L8 Software Architecture and design

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Software Architecture and design
Lecture 8
Stakeholder Roles in Product Design
Analyze product design problem
Clarify project mission statement
Answer questions
Elicit Needs
o Answer questions
o Be subjects of empirical studies
Analyze Needs
o Answer questions
o Review and validate models and documents
o Participate in analysis with designers
Generate/Improve Alternatives
o Participate in generation and improvement
Evaluate Alternatives
o Answer questions
o Be subject of empirical studies
o Participate in evaluation with designers
Select alternatives
o Participate in selection with designers
Finalize Design
o Review and validate requirements
Needs versus requirements
Stakeholder needs and desires define the product design problem.
Requirements specify the product design solution.
Elicitation Techniques:
Interviews
Observation
Prototype demonstrations
Questionnaires
Interviews designers question stakeholders
Note: important technique to do interviews while recording responses.
Observation designers watch users work.
Better than having people explain their work.
Several of the right people, several times.
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