Specifications


Specifications[1] in a brief[3] define[4] (the nature of) the appearance and performance[2] requirements against which an outcome[5] can be evaluated as fit for purpose (by key and wider stakeholders). The specifications[1] may also include constraints on both the outcome and the practice that can be undertaken to develop it.

Terms definitions
1. Specifications. Specifications in a brief define (the nature of) the appearance and performance requirements against which an outcome can be evaluated as fit for purpose (by key and wider stakeholders). The specifications may also include constraints on both the outcome and the practice that can be undertaken to develop it.
2. performance. How well a system or algorithm runs or operates.
3. brief. A description of what you are trying to achieve with your project. There are two kinds of briefs: * Initial brief – a statement that you make at the beginning of your project that tells the people reading it what you will do, and why. It also tells the reader what you think will happen. […]
4. define. Figure out the details of the problems that you are trying to solve
5. outcome. Products and systems developed through Technological Practice for a specific purpose. A technological outcome is evaluated in terms of its fitness for purpose, and can be described by their physical and functional nature.