Mockups 101: A Better Way to Discuss Software Requirements

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9781512167306: Mockups 101: A Better Way to Discuss Software Requirements
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"Great simple straightforward approach to using mockups."

Mockups visually represent the system before it's been built. They are easy to do, but what makes the biggest difference is how you actually use those mockups.

This book will help you to:

  • Get early feedback from clients.
  • Use mockups to improve communication with customers and developers.
  • Avoid common problems encountered on the wide variety of different situations.

"A short book that distills the essence of why and when mockups should be used."


About This Book
Help Your Customers Understand What They Are Going to Get

PART I: Creating and Using Mockups
1. The Basic Mockup Routine
2. Make It Obvious !at Mockups Are Not the Real Thing
3. Provoking the Right Feedback
4. Discussing the Mockups Effectively
5. Mocking-Up the Outputs

PART II: Putting It All Together
6. Mockups as a Spec
7. Real World Case Studies
8. A Cautionary Tale
9. Choosing the Right Mockup Tool

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About the Author
Take-Aways by Chapter

Über den Autor:

Igor Ješe has been working in software development since the early 1990s, with an emphasis on software requirements and development methodology. Among other things, he is a certified Software Requirements Expert and a Project Management Professional. He is also the author of MockupScreens, a commercial mockup tool. You can check it here: To read more of Igor's material on mockups, communication, software requirements, or software projects in general, check out his other website:

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