We’ve talked about the importance of a project brief before – it’s the first step in getting any software development job off the ground.
Your brief should detail the key ideas and plans for your software project. It can also describe some finer aspects, such as specific functions required for a website or application, but it ultimately should serve as a starting point for a project.
In order to give your software developers a clear idea of your project’s requirements, you’ll need to cover some important details and have answers to a lot of questions.
Here’s our checklist for your software project’s brief:
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Posted by Chris Rickard
Thu, 09 Jun 2016
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