Re: [IxDA] Use Case Modeling

17 Nov 2010 - 11:34am
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eberger
2010

tessa wrote:

I use Adobe's CS. Setting up the doc in InDesign (parent doc),
linking/embedding Illustrator diagrams into that. Works nicely since all
revisions can be done from one doc (the InDesign template) and then made into
a PDF. I see no reason to not link/embed short videos/screen captures in the parent
use case doc as well.I also see no reason to continue using Visio and various
unrelated programs to help complete its shortcomings. It is somewhat archaic,
although one could continue to use it for years, I suppose.... Tess

On Wed, Nov 17, 2010 at 6:36 AM, Tim Schneidermeier
wrote:

>Hi, > >I was wondering which kind of setup you use for writing use cases? Do you
>use a simple Word template or tools like Visual Use Case 2009? > >Right now I am using Word for writing and Omnigraffle for doing the
>diagrams. But there hast to be a better and more efficient way.. > >Thanks! > >( > (((Please leave all content below this line)))

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