Priorization

Prioritization is necessary to differentiate requirements from each other (important and unimportant), as well as to bring order into a project and to ensure the project success. Depending on the project, ad-hoc-, analytical, and agile priorization techniques can be used. This page presents tools for the prioritization process, as well as prioritization results.

Priorization workshops

The following table lists the priorization workshop(s) for the functional requirements.

Intention Method Participants Date
  Selecting a small number of functional requirements to create a MVP 1-crition-classification Lecturer 18.08.2022

Input for the prioritization process

Paper-printable functional requirements list

At this link, there is a PDF version of all functional requirements. This is optimized for printing out on DIN A4 (landscape) and can be used for prioritization in workshops.

Most important goals (for CAF/PMI)

The following table can be used to select the criteria for the "Consider all facts / plus-minus-interesting" (CAF/PMI) method. These criteria are usually derived from the goals for the software system. Theses goals are plotted against the functional requirements. The most often referenced goals are furthest to the left. Major goals count double.

Functional Requirement GO-6: Portfolio expresses profession (Main Goal) GO-9: User Happiness (Main Goal) GO-7: Safety and copyright (Main Goal) GO-4: Feedback on portfolio (Main Goal) GO-2: Discovering (Main Goal) GO-1: Customize portfolio (Sub-Goal) GO-10: facilitate application to art-schools and jobs (Sub-Goal) GO-5: No Lock-In into the system (Main Goal) GO-8: Streamline application process for artists (Sub-Goal) GO-3: Don't Disturb User (Sub-Goal)
FR-1: Add a brief description to artworks in the portfolio x                  
FR-2: Comment under a portfolio       x            
FR-3: Create Account   x x              
FR-4: Create Portfolio x                  
FR-5: Create a new template to customize the portfolio           x        
FR-6: Customize portfolio appearance x         x        
FR-7: Delete account   x x              
FR-8: Export portfolio               x    
FR-9: Feedback for a portfolio       x            
FR-10: Like a certain portfolio       x            
FR-11: Manage Account Details   x x              
FR-12: Manage a portfolio x                  
FR-13: Manage artworks to the portfolio x                  
FR-14: Manage keywords on a portfolio         x          
FR-15: Permalink to portfolio x     x     x      
FR-16: Reset password   x x              
FR-17: Search for portfolios         x          
FR-18: Select School during export             x      
FR-19: Sign in/out   x x              
FR-20: Use existing templates to customize the portfolio           x        
FR-21: View a portfolio x       x