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== Guidelines ==
 
== Guidelines ==
* Always create scenarios based on empirical data. Feel free to ask the KDE user experience team (kde-usability at kde.org) for  
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* Always create scenarios based on empirical data. Feel free to ask the KDE user experience team (kde-usability at kde.org) for assistance with the collection of empirical data.
assistance with the collection of empirical data.
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* Take technical configuration, environmental condition, organizational and social aspects into consideration.
 
* Take technical configuration, environmental condition, organizational and social aspects into consideration.
 
* If available, use real world images to support imagination.
 
* If available, use real world images to support imagination.

Latest revision as of 16:42, 2 February 2014


[edit] Purpose

A scenario describes the whys and wherefores a persona makes use of the application. It illustrates how the users achieve their goals by means of a task-orientated example. In contrast to use cases known from requirements engineering a scenario is more descriptive. It is supplementary to a persona, providing together an efficient method applicable in a wide range of applications.

[edit] Guidelines

  • Always create scenarios based on empirical data. Feel free to ask the KDE user experience team (kde-usability at kde.org) for assistance with the collection of empirical data.
  • Take technical configuration, environmental condition, organizational and social aspects into consideration.
  • If available, use real world images to support imagination.
  • Try to include problem situations that will test the system concept, not just straightforward scenarios.

[edit] Best Practice


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