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  • ACD and TCD when compared to HCI, AM and XP

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  • Agile Human-Centered Software Engineering Thomas Memmel, Fredrik Gundelsweiler, Harald Reiterer Speaker: Fredrik Gundelsweiler BS-HCI 2007, Lancaster, UK
  • Motivation
    • HCI and SE are recognized as professions made up of very distinct populations
    • To provide a high level of UI usability, software experts has to work with people with a background in HCI
    • Course of collaboration is mostly unclear, little has been done on cross-discipline lifecycles
    • Agile methods are the optimum, and workable, compromise
    • Informal methods of XP and AM are close to HCI practice and therefore the pathfinder for a common course of action
  • XP & HCI Practice View slide
  • AM & HCI Practice View slide
  • Design Approaches Compared
  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Phase III
  • Phase III – Lightweight Evaluation Methods
  • Phase III – Lightweight Evaluation Methods
  • Overview
  • Summary
    • We bridge HCI and SE based on their commonalities
    • Similarities in basic principles and practices as well as among the methods and tools
    • Important links to XP, but many important aspects relate to AM, HCI and beyond
    • We concur with the findings of interdisciplinary researchers and use scenarios and prototypes as fundamental artifacts propelling a design process