Your website should document your journey through MSD, so
include work-in-progress as well as latest results. Use
pdf's for display whenever possible so that information
is easily viewable without the need to download files and
open applications. (Your EDGE file repository should
still contain original files).
Sample categories are listed below, but feel free to
change or add nodes to better correspond to your project
and your Guide’s expectations.
Problem statement goes here. Link to 1-page project
summary or project charter
Customer Requirements (Needs)
Customer requirements , including importance. You may
also want to include links interview notes here.
Engineering Requirements (Specifications)
System-level and function-level requirements that
define the intended performance of your system.
Factors, usually system-level, that limit your design
space (e.g., cost, total weight, total footprint, total
Project Goals and Key Deliverables
Expected end result of the project, what the customer
can expect to receive at the end of the project.
Solution Parking Lot
During the Problem Definition phase, you will start
coming up with possible solutions. Rather than act on those
now, put them in the Solution Parking Lot
come back to them after your team has fully defined the
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