Managing ship arrivals in a port: The Design Process of Digital Objects in Context of Software Architectures
University of Hamburg, Germany
The lecture describes the path from the task-oriented analysis of ship traffic management in the Port of Hamburg to the design and realisation of a touch table application “Sounding Table”. The focus is on supporting the arrival and departure of large ships in the Port of Hamburg. This example shows how we narrowed the classical gap between the domain-oriented analysis of the application area and the design of the user model. We will then outline how this design process has a direct influence on the architecture of the software. architecture. Key roles are played here by our metaphor-oriented Tool & Material approach and user participation with Domain Story Telling.
Lecture at NEMO2022
Date/Time: Monday, July 18, 2022 at 15:00