Sharpening the Vision through Vision Video Making: A Case Study
[Context and motivation] Before detailed requirementscan be elicited and negotiated in a complex software project, a common vision of the product should be developed, spread, and validated among stakeholders. This will help them to pull in the same direction. It is crucial to develop a vision of what the software will do and how it will affect personal tasks, processes, and the environment. Vision videos have been proposed for visualizing a tentative vision very early in a project, long before prototypes are in reach. Such a video can support the elicitation and validation of (software) product visions. [Question/problem] However, there are also a number of concerns and unresolved questions regarding the use of vision videos: How can novices be supported when they create a vision video? What materials, documents, and steps are crucial for planning, recording, and finalizing a video? [Principal ideas/results] We have produced vision videos in different settings during the last years.From our experience, we derived recommendations for Affordable Vision Videos. In this paper, we describe how the recommended process and techniques performed when we created a vision video for and with the “Viva con Agua” (VcA) NGO. [Contribution] This case study helped us to evaluate existing and invent new techniques for vision video creation. The lessons learned from this case study supported us to improve our recommendations for requirements engineers who are not proficient in directing videos but consider using them as a good medium for expressing visions and soliciting rich feedback.
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