Design rationale - Bridging the Gap between user requirements and implementation

Jaana Leikas, Antti Väätänen, Tytti Virtanen, Raisa Suihkonen

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This paper introduces the INMOVE Design Rationale (IDR), a tool for integrating user requirements and technical requirements in a user-centred design process. The IDR is a dynamic tool, in which requirements are updated based on scenario work, feedback from user trials and on technical limitations. The main questions that the IDR highlights are: Which are the user requirements that have to be taken into account in order to develop a successful product or service with high usability? And how to fulfil the requirements in the design?
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2005 HCI International: 11th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction
Subtitle of host publicationVolume 1 - Engineering Psychology, Health and Computer System Design
Editioncd-rom
Publication statusPublished - 2005
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
Event11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCI 2005 - Las Vegas, United States
Duration: 22 Jul 200527 Jul 2005

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Conference11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, HCI 2005
CountryUnited States
CityLas Vegas
Period22/07/0527/07/05

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Leikas, J., Väätänen, A., Virtanen, T., & Suihkonen, R. (2005). Design rationale - Bridging the Gap between user requirements and implementation. In 2005 HCI International: 11th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction: Volume 1 - Engineering Psychology, Health and Computer System Design (cd-rom ed.)
Leikas, Jaana ; Väätänen, Antti ; Virtanen, Tytti ; Suihkonen, Raisa. / Design rationale - Bridging the Gap between user requirements and implementation. 2005 HCI International: 11th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction: Volume 1 - Engineering Psychology, Health and Computer System Design. cd-rom. ed. 2005.
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Design rationale - Bridging the Gap between user requirements and implementation. / Leikas, Jaana; Väätänen, Antti; Virtanen, Tytti; Suihkonen, Raisa.

2005 HCI International: 11th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction: Volume 1 - Engineering Psychology, Health and Computer System Design. cd-rom. ed. 2005.

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Leikas J, Väätänen A, Virtanen T, Suihkonen R. Design rationale - Bridging the Gap between user requirements and implementation. In 2005 HCI International: 11th International Conference on Human Computer Interaction: Volume 1 - Engineering Psychology, Health and Computer System Design. cd-rom ed. 2005