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Re: [newtech-1] Re: iRise Simulation Experience -"ANY"

From: Matt W.
Sent on: Thursday, November 29, 2007 5:55 PM
Are you looking for something like selenium/jameleon?


On Nov 29, 2007, at 1:37 PM, Vicky Halasohoris <[address removed]> wrote:

Anyone out there with "ANY" iRise Simulation experience? 
Any software simulation experience? (not including simply graphic style prototyping tools).

Please help a gal out -and yes, I'm using the gender card! ;-)

I would like to know if any of you out there have any reasonable SIMULATOR/SIMULATION recommendation(s) for a systems engineer/systems analyst? I'm not looking to create the software from scratch (have screen shot to go by) but, I do need "REAL" simulation creation/capabilities -including time/lag control for each page turn/click on. iRise is the only tool thus far that has this feature. I wonder if there are any other simulators/protoype out there that can have real time incorporated in their simulation? I'm looking to sell proof of concept -nothing more then that -no code building. no technical experience required.

much appreciated,


check out the following if your interested in Simulation/Prototyping tools:
Axure Pro ( -DB managing/interaction, you can also code using the HTML functionality
Elegance Technology Lucid Spec (
iRise Studio ( -great for non-technical peeps (pure simulator) -helps with wireframe/prototype creation -no coding except when programmer utilizes the visual simulation of the product produced and as agreed by all the users -great for UI testing and involving everyone with version/changes, etc. including documentation/notes, etc.
Serena Composer ( -can't recall.
Simunication Inc., ( -not user friendly enough!
Blueprint Requirements Center Analyst and Requirements Center Developer ( -too expensive!
Microsoft Visio ( -plenty of add ons: WITNESS VISIO Simulation Solution & WITNESS VISIO LINK Module.
Intuitect Professional ( -I've been told it's more like visio.

OmniGraffle ( -great for a designer but, so is paper and a pen!  ;-)

the costs can vary from $500 (Axure) to 10K(Blueprint -used to be called Sophea)

it all depends on: 1) your profession -if you are a BA/non-technical, or a programmer, and or a designer, etc.  and 2) your choice of tool &/or method for communicating the concept/models/scenarios, etc. to your client.

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