Modeling Demystified, Part 2: Building a User Model - Identify Potential Gaps in Your Requirements
A user model is a description of a set of people and how they will work with an IT solution. This type of modeling, which is based on leading usability theory and practice, lets solution architects specify the externals of the IT solution so that it's both useful and usable to all types of users. In this second paper in the series, learn how to build a user model of a simple component that supports secure access to Web resources. See how a user model can identify possible gaps in the requirements definitions.