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New Post 3/16/2012 1:07 AM
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User is offline Minz
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Sample for Social media Website Requirement Document 

Hi

I am working as Business Analyst. I am working on a social media Website project. Its almost like facebook where user can create their own profile ,can comment , like the other user's comments, ask experts question, can respond, Upload pics.

Now i need to create a Requirement Doc for the same from scratch  i need to present to the Client and the Stakeholders so I need Help.

I need some sample document which i can refer to

Also i want to make it more craetive i.e instaed of plain text Use cases, i want to make more and more  diagrams and flows. Please suggest some free tools.

Thanks in advance!!

 
New Post 3/18/2012 11:44 PM
User is offline KJ
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Re: Sample for Social media Website Requirement Document 

Minz,

I'd suggest pen and paper first. Dont "jazz" it up too soon.

I normally test my "analysis" with some key cleint/stakeholders 1-on-1 to assess understanding and expectation. So when we get to the meeting they are already "on-side".

And, pen and paper do it for me!

I just use Enterprise Architect from Sparx -- its like the SWISS ARMY knife of tools.

warm regards,

K

 
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