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Scenario for Iterative Development of a Task UI Implementation
This chapter is targeted at business analysts, development managers, and developers working on enterprise applications using a task-based UI framework. This chapter highlights a recommended process for the development of applications using a task-based user interface.
To simplify the explanation of this recommended process, it is explained through the example actions of four individuals who perform primary roles in the development of a Task UI implementation in a fictional organization called Acme, Inc:
- User A is a business analyst. She has detailed knowledge of the way Acme, Inc. conducts financial planning and reporting. She is also a sophisticated consumer of various technologies, from personal computers to wireless personal devices, but she has no experience in programming using a formal language.
- User B is a business process developer. He has a computer science degree and several years experience applying various business process management technologies at Acme, Inc. His experience has brought him insight into the various business processes performed in his organization.
- User C is a UI developer. She has a degree in art history, as well as a strong technical background, including over five years of experience in building and testing usability of various user interfaces. In the last two years, she has been configuring UI for various customizations Acme has completed to Siebel-packaged applications.
- User D is the IT director driving the business process management initiative at Acme aimed at optimizing and automating their business processes to provide competitive advantage.