A note I made for a talk I did on Design Thinking. I hope you can read my handwriting.
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As a UX product designer, the Project Brief is the first major document I need to have for building a product. If there is not one already, I create one or add to one. The following are the key questions that the brief needs to answer. I don’t always use every question, but I try to fill in as much as possible. It becomes the foundation of the project and becomes the source of truth. For this reason it must be updated should truths be changed or discovered. It is shared and open to all members of the project. Project Name Project title, code name and AKAs. Dates & Milestones Start date. Launch date. Major deadlines and targets if any. Other critical project dates. Description An overall description of the product. What problems are we solving and why? What is the goal? Key Team Members Stakeholders and project owners. Who signs off? Product Owner, Project Manager, BA, Designers, Developers, QA, others. Target Audience Who are the users? What types are there? What is the s