Posts Tagged ‘Requirements Engineering’
Particularly in the IT & tech industry, many players like to talk about “disruptive innovations” and how much these can result in a massive shift in economic weights. If you take a closer look, only a few such disruptions actually took place until recently. The Metaverse is not getting sufficient user numbers despite gigantic investments, […]
Anne Hess is a researcher at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering. As part of the interview series UX Neu Überdacht, she and Thomas Immich talk in the Outdoor Office about modern requirements engineering and creative approaches, how to get richer information from users, and which methods from disciplines outside the field can inspire […]
In December, Thomas Immich and Britta Karn discussed the positioning of UX at the IREB Roundtable of the International Requirements Engineering Board. They focused on user research – in digital design and requirements engineering.
How can UX and user research be combined with digital design in a useful way? This is the question that Britta Karn, Thomas Immich and Kim Lauenroth will be discussing next Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the online event IREB-ROUNDTABLE (International Requirements Engineering Board).