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Analysis

Learning Intentions

  • Understand end-user and functional requirements of a website

Success Criteria

  • I can explain the user and functional requirements of a website

Website requirements

  • The analysis phase of Web design and development requires the
    web site designer to identify the end-user (also known as non-functional) and the functional requirements of the final website.

End-user requirements

  • The end-user is a person who ultimately will be using the website.

  • The developer should have a clear idea of who the end-user(s) are of a website.

  • Often the type of users can be grouped into categories such as:

    • Young children

    • Elderly 

    • Customers/clients

    • Employees

    • Inexperienced users or expert users

    • Users who require additional support to aid accessibility:

      • Such a screen readers

      • Voice recognition

End-user requirements

  • It's often easy to group users and sometimes it's fairly possible that users fall under many categories.

  • By categorising the end-users, it becomes clearer what needs to be in place for the users to successfully use an end product.

  • Often the developer will need to spend time with the client to figure out what end-user requirements must be accomplished in the finished product

End-user requirements

  • The tasks that the end-users should be able to carry out on the finished website are known as end-user requirements.

  • Sometimes end-user requirements actually inform the functional requirements of a website too.

Functional requirements

  • Functional requirements are requirements that describe what processes the system must be able to carry out.

  • Functional requirements also state what data/information or database the system must have access to

Identify two functional requirements from the information below:

Past Paper question

Identify two functional requirements from the information below:

Past Paper question

  • Any two from the following:
  • Upload activities
  • Set tasks
  • Allocate tasks to classes
  • Give marks for tasks
  • Sort view pupils by mark or name
  • View all marks for a class.

Personas

  • Personas are fictional characters that are created to represent the different types of users that have been identified as end-users.

  • The personas will represent the most common interests and
    motivations of the user groups, and will be used throughout the
    development as the basis of questions about the product being
    developed.

  • When a persona is created, the developer will come up with stories related to each of the personas. The stories inform what each persona needs to carry out on the system.

  • Personas are used more at the Design and Testing stages.

Work through the Analysis Tasks worksheet by identifying the end-user and functional requirements of up to three websites

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