Medium only suggested this article now, otherwise I'd have commented earlier. I've nbeen using an teaching quality attributes in software and sysems architecture for over 15 years now. The ISO standards you mention are a large part of that- making quality attributes measurabel, as proposed in these standards, with examples leads to uncovering the real constraints and requirements of your system.

There are over 35 listed in teh ISO 25010 standard, and not all of them apply to all systems. Have you ever looked into having quality attribtue workshops with your stakeholders? That's where the important ones are exposed, they're mot for the developer to make up.

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