Object, View, and Interaction Design (OVID) addresses the need to improve the quality and efficiency of designing user interfaces. It applies many of the tools and techniques used in object-oriented code design to the domain of the user interface. OVID brings rigor to the design process and produces output that feeds directly into code design. OVID helps to create interfaces that meet user requirements and are easy to use.Figure 4.6 An example of a use case for a hotel management system. Use case ... You can focus on particular task areas, create individual use cases for each area, and then later join them together to form the complete requirements model.
|Title||:||Designing for the user with OVID|
|Author||:||Dave Roberts, Dick Berry, Scott Isensee, John Mullaly|
|Publisher||:||New Riders Pub - 1998|