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CASE 9: The HURIE Method: A Case Study C... > Further Reading - Pg. 182

182 CASE 9 The HURIE Method Based on the usability team's experiences with software development, they believe the HURIE method fits best into an evolutionary development processes and is particularly suited for agile development. The early delivery of a UI prototype for evaluation helps meet the agile principle of early and continuous delivery (Agile Alliance, 2001). Further Reading Agile Alliance. (2001). Manifesto for agile software development. Retrieved November 21, 2005, from Principles behind the Agile Manifesto website: http://www.agilemanifesto.org/principles.html Agile Alliance. (2005). What is agile software development? Retrieved November 17, 2005, from Agile Alliance website: http://www.agilealliance. org/ Anderson, J., Fleek, F., Garrity, K., and Drake, F. (2001). Integrating usability techniques into software development. IEEE Software, 18:46­53. Bias, R. G. (1994). The pluralistic usability walkthrough: coordinated empathies. In Nielsen, J., and Mack, R. L. (Eds.). Usability inspection methods. New York: Wiley. Brooks, F. (1995). The mythical man-month: essays on software engineering. Anniversary edition. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley. Carroll, J. M. (Ed.). (1995). Scenario-based design: envisioning work and technology in system development. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Davies, R. (2001). The power of stories. Retrieved May 30, 2006 from http://www.agilealliance.com/articles/daviesrachelthepowero/file Davies, R. (2005). Agile requirements. Methods & Tools, 13:24­30. Ferre, X. (2003). Integration of usability techniques into the software development process. Presented at the Proceedings of the Workshop "Bridging the Gaps Between Software Engineering and Human-Computer Interaction" at ICSE 2003, Portland, Oregon, May 28­35.