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New Post 9/9/2009 7:43 PM
User is offline Roger
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Use Case Description from WireFrames 

Hi All, I've been asked to capture use description from wireframes

Please let me know how to go about it & how to start

Appreciate your responses.

 

 
New Post 9/17/2009 10:34 PM
User is offline jessy
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Re: Use Case Description from WireFrames 
Modified By jessy  on 9/18/2009 12:36:22 AM)

Hi Roger,

 

In my opinion, use cases should be done before the wireframes, not the other way round. As you know, use case describes the interaction between the user or user types and the system. It does not exactly mean the interaction with the user interfaces of the application.

 

To answer your question, from the wireframes, if you could understand what the system/application does, when the users interact with it, you can draw the use cases. You would not have the correct use cases, if you capture them from each user interface.

 -Jessy

 
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