The main goal of the business idea formalization is to shape and assess future product. Formalized idea can then be described as a task for implementation. As a result, software requirements document (system requirements specification) is an agreement between business and software developers about how the resulting product should looks like. But the story is not finished, since the requirements tend to be changed throughout the software product lifecycle, which requires monitoring and adjustments in: User stories, Use cases, Acceptance tests
Innovation Games, developed by Luke Hohmann, are successfully help to eliminate the barriers between the business people and development teams to achieve common vision. There are four innovative methods we use to define business requirements:
"Product Box" to identify most valuable business requirements for a product,
"Me and My Shadow" and "Start Your Day" for user cases identification,
"Story mapping" for particular backlog description.
Priority task for software is to be user-friendly. Usability is another dimension of the product quality and before the UI/UX is suggested the inputs goes through several stages of formalization: Information, Navigation, Interface
Your Customer does not want to know about the complexity of your systems. Implementing of modern techniques in conjunction with the basic laws of Cooper, Fitts and Hick help maximize the effectiveness of the complex data presentation. Clear and easy-to-use ptopotype of the feature or whole product is the best way to take Customer's feedback into account.