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 Requirements form the "official" engineering specification of a design problem - that is, of the expectations of stakeholders to address an imbalance in some [[situation]].  They constitute a reference document to which everyone involved in subsequent design and engineering tasks will refer; they constitute a question that a satisfactory design //must// answer. Requirements form the "official" engineering specification of a design problem - that is, of the expectations of stakeholders to address an imbalance in some [[situation]].  They constitute a reference document to which everyone involved in subsequent design and engineering tasks will refer; they constitute a question that a satisfactory design //must// answer.
  
-Because of this, top-level requirements (i.e., those requirements applying to the intervention as a whole) must be defined //before// any specific design ideas or concepts are developed.+Because of this, requirements tied to external needs must be defined //before// any specific design ideas or concepts are developed.
  
 However, beware of creating artificial requirements not rooted in information available at that point in the design process. However, beware of creating artificial requirements not rooted in information available at that point in the design process.
design/requirement.txt · Last modified: 2021.11.02 19:38 by Fil Salustri