Design Reviews

Design Reviews occur during the design cycle and involve walking through the proposed screens and functionality with key project stakeholders.

The design walkthroughs provide an opportunity for Product Managers and Business Stakeholders to check that their requirements are being met, and for Developers to validate whether the proposed designs can be built in the required timeframes.

What it provides:

A Design Review is a forum for project stakeholders to validate designs and a process for gaining design sign-off. Validation may be against business goals, requirements, terminology, technology platforms and internal standards and guidelines. Developers who are writing code using frameworks may identify changes that will make the solution easier and quicker to develop.

By involving stakeholders early with design reviews, this helps build consensus and improves design quality. By actively involving Developers in the review process it reduces the amount of UI documentation that is required to communicate how the system should behave.

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