Visual Requirements – Simulation
Use a series of HTML and Java script controls to organize your thoughts and design user interfaces and wireframes. Create new screen shots or import existing ones and build on top of them.
Link your requirements, navigate through pages and experience transitions. Share your work with stakeholders and gather textual or voice-based feedback.
Manage mock-ups in a folder hierarchy
Create new folders using the folder explorer to maintain files in hierarchy. The data is stored in TFS/VSTS source control, enabling the system to maintain version history.
Use pre-defined controls to build your mock-ups and wireframes, or create a library of your own reusable controls and use them across projects.
Files can be saved locally and only published to TFS/VSTS when ready with “Check-in-Changes.” The feature also ensures that, when someone is working on the visual, no one is able to make changes or edits until it is checked back in.
Model visual requirements
Create new mock-ups, or wireframes using pre-defined templates. Or create your own reusable templates along with easy-to-use drag and drop rich html and Java script controls. Start with a blank page or import existing images and build on top of them.
Link requirements and mock-ups
Create new requirements or link existing ones at a page level, or to any element within a mock-up page. Create links to new or existing mock-ups so users can navigate through them in the navigation mode.
Navigation and feedback
Provides a rich experience to stakeholders to view and navigate through mock-ups in an interactive preview mode. Users can click on Java script controls, like tabs and accordions, and navigate through pages – all while providing their feedback textually in the comments section or through a voice-based feedback mode.
Provides clarity and validation
Visuals grab and engage attention, increase credibility in our messages and are much more flexible than verbal or textual communication. In doing this your audience will view information with greater clarity, helping avoid any confusion or misunderstandings.
Having work items linked to mock-up pages or controls within those pages maintains traceability in TFS/VSTS. Offers users better and more granular traceability throughout the project.
The preview mode engages stakeholders with an interactive experience, so they can provide their comments and validate ideas.
Provides a kick-start to development
The application produces HTML5 output for your developers, where a considerable portion of development envisioning can be eliminated. The end result is that work gets done more efficiently and with greater clarity.
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