Are you writing a technical requirements document for a software development project? You better brew another pot of coffee. Not only are requirements documents a time consuming and tedious task, they also require a good deal of technical knowledge from the author and honestly, aren't very fun to write. Typically these types of documents are full of in-depth knowledge about the product you are trying to create, from aesthetics like color schemes, UI, and UX, to deep technical knowledge like equations the software is performing and what language certain modules are built in.
Using Software Requirement to Describe your Product
In order to accurately describe the intentions and specifications of your product, these types of documents are written by a collection of subject matter experts within an organization. From product management, marketing, software developers and graphic designers - everyone's input is important. Generally, putting a document like this together takes a lot of time and a lot of effort. What if I told you there is a way to build software without ever having the need to create this document?
Writing Software Requirements Checklist:
- Who is going to buy the product?
- Who is the target customer?
- Which customer needs will the product fulfill?
- Which product attributes are critical to satisfy the needs selected, and therefore for the success of the product?
- How does the product compare against existing products? What are the product’s unique selling points?
- What is the target timeframe and budget to develop and launch the product?
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