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Constantine and Lockwood (2002) propose agile usage-centered design as a solution. Agile usage-centered design is driven by essential use cases or task cases rather than user stories. However, we can replace essential use cases with stories, which leads to the following story-based variation on Agile Usage-Centered Design:

1. Perform user role modeling.

2. Trawl for high-level user stories.

3. Prioritize stories.

4. Refine high- and medium-priority stories.

5. Organize stories into groups.

6. Create a paper prototy...

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Cover of User Stories Applied: For Agile Software Development

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