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most creative/interesting requirements artifacts

David Vishnu Shaikh

Joined: Jun 06, 2002
Posts: 3

What are the most creative/interesting requirements artifacts you have seen/worked on ?

For example - We designed a "hill climbing chart" to depict the progress we were making. This was used for reporting purposes.

I am a business analyst working on eliciting requirements in use case format. But want to supplement the use cases by other documents to bring more clarity.

I have seen RUP standard artifact templates. But want to know if someone has some interesting artifact ideas.
Raja Pal
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Joined: Jul 12, 2004
Posts: 92
Well, we also use story and epic cards in our Agile projects. For the requirements elicitiation we use questionnaires and also conduct workshops with a variety of games and customer/user profiling - who likes what, values what, etc. For progress analysis we use Kanban style WIP charts. These are very recently used though. Earlier it was good old doc. templates defined by the Quality gurus.

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