(Apologies if you receive this more than once.) We are running a very brief (30-second) survey on user requirement methods such as use cases and user stories for an article I'm writing.It will take less than 30 seconds. Please distribute it widely; it's intended for both UX professionals and developers.Survey link: http://bit.ly/ur_survey Thanks in advance!Regards,William (Hudson)User Experience Strategist , Syntagm LtdCourses Co-Chair, CHI 2013 (Paris)Conference Committee, UCD 2013 (London)Guerrilla UCD - Usability and User-Experience Webinars for the Whole Teamwww.guerrillaucd.com | @guerrillaucdSyntagm is a limited company registered in England and Wales (1985)Registration Number: 1895345 | 10 Oxford Road, Abingdon OX14 2DS (UK)
I would love to take the survey - but I started to wonder about the question. As an interaction designer I don't really use use cases but rather user stories (or scenarios) - but I know that I always run into to discussions about these terms: although everbody is talking about user stories and use cases, everybody seems to have a different understanding of what it is and what it's used for.
So, depending on what you want to find out, it might be helpful to add your understadning of these terms.