Efficient Development of a Product Using Precise Documentation
Posted By Shubham Yadav | 31-May-2019
The documentation work before starting the development of a product includes Business Requirements Document (BRD), Work Flow Diagrams, Data Flow Diagrams, Software Requirements Specification (SRS), User Stories, Use Cases, Wire Frames, and Prototypes. The purpose of these documents is to precisely convey to the development team, the entire concept & needs of the project. With these documents, the development team won't be confused at any point, about the flow and functionality of the
- Tools for creating Flow Diagrams, Wire Frames, and Prototypes:
- Axure RP, Sketch, InVision, etc.
- Tools for Business Requirements Document (BRD), Software Requirements Specification (SRS), User Stories, and Use Cases:
- Microsoft Office Suite.
Business Requirements Document (BRD)
A Business Requirements Document (BRD) is created at the inception of the project, where the business model/business process of the client is captured. It begins with getting insights into the work, the client is handling without the
As the requirements are captured from the Business Requirements Document (BRD), the next phase is to create the Flow Diagrams, which includes Work Flow and Data Flow Diagrams. In Work Flow Diagrams, the manual business process is converted into an automated flow, upon which the
Software Requirements Specification (SRS), User Stories and Use Cases
Wire Frames & Prototypes
The Wire Frames and Prototypes are used to visually represent the entire
The initial documentation part plays a vital role in giving a clear understanding of the project to the entire team, and it plays a major role in keeping all the teammates on the same page.