Changes between Version 30 and Version 31 of BluePrint/Guidelines/Template


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03/21/13 23:14:16 (8 years ago)
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Michael Howden
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    66    ||'''Section'''||'''Contents'''||
    77    ||Description||Introduction into the problem and general description of the suggested solution||
     8    ||Users/Stakeholders|| Who will be engaged?||
     9    ||User Stories|| http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_story User Story ||
    810    ||Requirements||Outline of the requirements||
    911    ||Use-Cases||Descriptions of use-cases of the suggested solution||
     
    1517
    1618'''Tip:''' keep the !BluePrint as clear and simple as possible
     19
    1720== Description ==
    18 
    19 Start with a description of the solution you have in mind, remember to include:
     21Start with a brief description of the solution you have in mind, remember to include:
    2022
    2123    - an introduction of the problem
    22     - overview of the stakeholders
    23     - overview of the architecture of the solution
     24    - overview of the technology architecture of the solution
    2425    - important functionality to be implemented
    2526
    2627'''Tip:''' involve the stakeholders you have named already in the development of your !BluePrint.
    2728
    28 == Use-Cases ==
     29== Users/Stakeholders ==
     30A list of the stakeholders/users who will be engaged in the solution.
    2931
    30 Describe the use-cases of the solution in detail, typically including:
     32== User Stories==
     33A good User Story should answer the following questions:
     34* Who the user is
     35* What they want the application to do for them?
     36* Why they want it to do that? (Purpose)
    3137
    32     - actors and use-cases
    33     - activities (work flow) from the user's perspective
    34 
    35 '''Tip:''' a simple, fast and multi-platform tool to draw UML diagrams is [http://www.umlet.com UMLet] (Java-based UML drawing tool).
     38'''A <type of user> wants the system to <do something for them> so that <can achieve a goal>.'''
    3639
    3740== Requirements ==
     
    4649
    4750If you include links to external resources, please remember to describe what (contents+format) they contain.
     51
     52== Use-Cases ==
     53
     54Describe the use-cases of the solution in detail, typically including:
     55
     56    - actors and use-cases
     57    - activities (work flow) from the user's perspective
     58
     59'''Tip:''' a simple, fast and multi-platform tool to draw UML diagrams is [http://www.umlet.com UMLet] (Java-based UML drawing tool).
    4860
    4961== Design ==