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Functionality

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Functionality is concerned with looking at if the outcome[2] actually does what it should. The functional requirements will often be listed in the design[3] specification[1] outlining exactly what the outcome needs to be able to do.

Questions that you should consider are:

  • Does it work well?
  • Is it efficient?
  • Are there any problems / bugs?
  • Will it work on a range[4] of devices?
  • Do all aspects of the outcome work (links, buttons, images, etc.)?
Terms definitions
2. outcome. Products and systems developed through Technological Practice[5] for a specific purpose. A technological outcome is evaluated in terms of its fitness for purpose[6], and can be described by their physical and functional nature.
3. design. Creating a plan or mock up of the new system[9] or digital outcome[7] based on all of the requirements and specifications[8] that have been identified.
4. range. A selection of items. When asked in the context[10] of an achievement standard it means at least three. In spreadsheets range is a way of selecting a group of cells. A colon is used to separate the starting and ending cells. e.g. B4:F10
Terms definitions
1. specification. Functionality is concerned with looking at if the outcome actually does what it should. The functional requirements will often be listed in the design specification outlining exactly what the outcome needs to be able to do. Questions that you should consider are: Does it work well?Is it efficient?Are there any problems / bugs?Will it work […]
2. outcome. Functionality is concerned with looking at if the outcome actually does what it should. The functional requirements will often be listed in the design specification outlining exactly what the outcome needs to be able to do. Questions that you should consider are: Does it work well?Is it efficient?Are there any problems / bugs?Will it work […]
3. design. Functionality is concerned with looking at if the outcome actually does what it should. The functional requirements will often be listed in the design specification outlining exactly what the outcome needs to be able to do. Questions that you should consider are: Does it work well?Is it efficient?Are there any problems / bugs?Will it work […]
4. range. Functionality is concerned with looking at if the outcome actually does what it should. The functional requirements will often be listed in the design specification outlining exactly what the outcome needs to be able to do. Questions that you should consider are: Does it work well?Is it efficient?Are there any problems / bugs?Will it work […]
5. Technological Practice. Functionality is concerned with looking at if the outcome actually does what it should. The functional requirements will often be listed in the design specification outlining exactly what the outcome needs to be able to do. Questions that you should consider are: Does it work well?Is it efficient?Are there any problems / bugs?Will it work […]