Responsibilities in the Usability Requirements Elicitation Process
Marianella Aveledo, Ana M. Moreno
Like any other software system quality attribute,
usability places requirements on software components.
In particular, it has been demonstrated that certain
usability features have a direct impact throughout the
software process. This paper details an approach that
looks at how to deal with certain usability features in
the early software development stages. In particular, we
consider usability features as functional usability
requirements using patterns that have been termed
usability patterns to elicit requirements. Additionally,
we clearly establish the responsibilities of all the
players at the usability requirements elicitation stage.