The Seven Qualities Of Wildly Desirable Software
To Deliver Extraordinary Software, Design To Balance These Seven Qualities
January 24, 2011
Why Read This Report
Great software applications seldom happen by accident: Wise design decisions are the key. Yet many application development teams only design for one, two, or three of these qualities, and others have strayed from design altogether as teams, distracted by shiny new technologies, methodologies, and platforms, fail to engage design principles and talent effectively. Is your business demanding more innovation? You must respond by rising above mediocrity to deliver great software, and to achieve this, you must balance your design to provide seven key qualities: user experience, availability, performance, scalability, adaptability, security, and economy. Boost your commitment to design and design for all seven qualities to create better software, faster.
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Table of Contents
- Extraordinary Software Is The Result Of Smart Design Decisions
- Balance The Seven Qualities Of Wildly Desirable Software
- Evaluate Your Design To Find The Right Balance
- Empower A Two-Person Team To Design For The Seven Qualities
WHAT IT MEANS
- Process Is Bankrupt Without Design
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