How Fast Does it Need to be Anyways? The QUPER Model of Analyzing Non-Functional Requirements

We all know that a page that loads in three seconds will provide a negative user experience. But does having every page load in less than one second make a meaningful difference? How can you tell? When is enough … enough? Non-functional requirements such as performance are often not precise enough to be specified as discrete numbers. Rather, they work on a sliding scale of acceptability. Would slightly better performance be significantly more valuable from a market perspective? [Read More]