To avoid requirements that are too abstract, business analysts can perform basic usability tests to establish the current baseline of requirements and to cross-check suggested requirements elicited from non-users, former users, and management. This presentation will introduce attendees to the benefits of usability testing and how to conduct a basic usability test for requirements baselining. It will also discuss how to move beyond the baseline to more fully utilize the benefits.
Key Learning Points:
Understand the value of usability testing for strengthening requirements elicitation.
Understand how to scope and plan your first usability test for requirements baselining.
Outline how to go beyond basic usability testing for requirements validation and insuring solution fit.