Requirements Gathering with Diverse User Groups and Stakeholders

Maggie Morgan, Chris Martin, Marilyn R. McGee-Lennon, Julia Clark, Nick Hine, Maria Wolters, John Arnott

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Abstract

An interactive theatre piece has been designed to facilitate requirements gathering with a diverse range of user groups and stakeholders within the conceptual stage of telecare equipment for the home environment. The piece has been devised and produced by theatre professionals in consultation with computer engineers as part of a major research programme developing computer systems to support older and disabled people. By the interaction of a researcher, two actors and some video-clips, this piece demonstrates: a) the vital importance of all stakeholders being properly consulted and for them to inter-communicate well, and b) the role of theatre as a tool in this process. The rationale and methodology of this technique is discussed in an interactive session with the audience.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProc. 26th Conference on Computer-Human Interaction, Florence
Pages2597-2600
Number of pages4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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