SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] iRise
Re: [Sigia-l] iRise
From: Samantha Bailey (a2slb_at_bellsouth.net)
Date: Tue Dec 09 2003 - 21:33:05 EST
Unfortunately, we had a hard time with the demo, too. Ultimately, they came
in and did an afternoon-long session with us, walking us through and then
letting us muck around with it. But that was a superficial introduction, I
suspect it's going to be a while before I really understand what it's all
samantha_at_baileysorts.com | http://baileysorts.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "CD Evans" <clifton_at_infostyling.com>
Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 11:35 AM
Subject: Re: [Sigia-l] iRise
> I like the idea of this application, and I really like the wireframe
> rocks for a brand. I'm having a hard time seeing the demo on my
> design computer or finding a working beta on the site though. Anyone
> seen a copy working?
> I think I can speak for quite a few of us when I recommend to to the
> company that they get a beta or demo copy up quick, or there is going
> to be a lag filled with unanswered questions where we could have
> discussed these things in this group.
> All in all, the software looks like a plus for the market it's
> designed for. As an aside, a dynamic interface taxonomy might be a
> strong selling point for future release compatibility. I've
> recommended dynamic language to a few clients thus far.
> CD Evans
> >Simplicity leads to abundance.
> >Message: 6
> >From: "Samantha Bailey" <a2slb_at_bellsouth.net>
> >To: "sigia l" <sigia-l_at_mail.asis.org>
> >Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2003 23:44:02 -0500
> >Subject: [Sigia-l] iRise
> >I meant to cc the list with this reply, in case it's of interest....
> >> What problems were you having that you think iRise will solve?
> >> ----
> >> Ziya
> >Several things. First, we will be able to import business requirements
> >Requisite Pro and we will be able to map requirements to interface
> >We work in a distributed environment with multiple stakeholders and we've
> >had a lot of difficulty with business requirements changing mid-stream
> >while there isn't any software that can stop *that*, we do think that
> >the ability to share info. between the software our project managers use
> >the software we'll be using will lead to more consistent documentation.
> >On the subject of documentation, we also think that this software is
> >to help us cut down on the time it will take us to develop functional
> >right now we tend to do functional specs haphazardly and often after the
> >fact and it should be easier to work on the functional specs as we go
> >with iRise.
> >iRise generates "functioning" prototypes from wireframes and that's going
> >cut down on our time between developing our wireframes and running our
> >usability tests since we won't have to develop the prototypes separately
> >(although I think our wireframing is going to be slowed down, due to both
> >programming logic into the wireframes and to doing more spec
> >along the way).
> >Those are the biggies.
> >Samantha Bailey
> >samantha_at_baileysorts.com | http://baileysorts.com
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