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Prototyping as the gap-filler in requirements definition: bringing vision to the process

Prototyping as the gap-filler in requirements definition: bringing vision to the process

Kicking off a project requires creating a project plan, and this involves defining the requirements, you know, the raw deal. Have you ever needed to create a project plan, perhaps simply to have it approved, only to find that it’s unworkable when you finally get down to tracking your progress? With the right start, the right ideas in mind, let’s take a look a few tricks to achieve those requirements, distribute them to all stakeholders, and improve their understanding with the help of a comprehensive prototyping platform like Justinmind.

The first step is to understand all the requirements, and document them in some way. Now this doesn’t necessarily need to involve a requirements document in the traditional way, with hundreds of pages that will hardly be read—that doesn’t sound like much fun! Why not capture requirements in context, for example, by creating a prototype of the final project? Assembled collaboratively, a prototype can serve as a briefing of the project for all stakeholders, and – what’s even better – an interactive one!

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