A Study on Workstyles in Interaction Design

1. What is your primary role in your organization?
2. How many years of professional experience do you have in that role?
3. How many information systems employees does your organization have?
4. How would you classify your organization software development process?
5. Which tool(s) do you currently use to perform user interface design? (Check all that apply to any user interface-related activity).
6. From this point on, you will be given a set of scenarios in terms of workstyles and you will be asked to classify their frequency (how many times you engage and transition in those workstyles) and cost (how difficult you find to perform that transition). Let's start with: Moving from collaboratively modeling using a whiteboard into a digital version (using e.g. a UML tool).
lowmoderatehigh
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Cost
7. Moving from high-level descriptions of the user interface (e.g. sitemaps, navigation maps, etc.) to detailed screens of the user interface (concrete widgets, buttons, etc.)
lowmoderatehigh
Frequency
Cost
8. Moving from sketching informal ideas/concepts (using e.g. blackboards or sheets of paper) into formal models (e.g. UML digital models), and back
lowmoderatehigh
Frequency
Cost
9. Moving from non-functional prototypes toward fully-functional prototypes
lowmoderatehigh
Frequency
Cost
10. Moving from business rules, use cases and problem space concepts into final solution design, and back.
lowmoderatehigh
Frequency
Cost
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