Experiences from Applying the Karlskrona Manifesto Principles for Sustainability in Software System Design
Paper i proceeding, 2020

Sustainability in software design is an evolving area that requires more practical guide on how software designers, developers and requirement engineers can elicit software sustain- ability requirements. The Karlskrona Manifesto for Sustainabil- ity Design (KMSD) principles serve as a common ground to guide and support sustainability in software design.

However, there is little research as of now showing how these KMSD principles are applied in software requirements elicitation and software design in general. This paper presents some of our evaluation of how these KMSD principles, the software sustaina- bility requirement template and software sustainability require- ment best practice template were applied in two case studies by stakeholders (requirement engineers, CTO and software develop- ers).

software design

Requirements engineering

Karlskrona Manifesto

sustainability design


Shola Oyedeji

Lappeenrannan-Lahden teknillinen yliopisto (LUT)

Birgit Penzenstadler

Lappeenrannan-Lahden teknillinen yliopisto (LUT)

Proceedings of the 8th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems

16130073 (ISSN)

8th International Workshop on Requirements Engineering for Sustainable Systems
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