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Define identification
Explaining what the problem is including who needs the solution, who will use the solution, user skills and intended audience
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Define client
The person who the solution is being created for
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Define user
The people who will be actively using the . Will administer and maintain the system
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Who is the audience?
The audience is the person/people who will view the system (but won't be able to make changes to it)
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Why should user skills be considered when creating a solution?
The complexity of the solution and type of interface used will vary according to the skill of the end user/s. Their age, computer literacy, language level should be taken into account
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What are client requirements?
List of requirements stated by the client of what they want the solution to include. Generally include the layout, outputs, structure etc.
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What is the input?
Input is the process of entering data into a computer system
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What is the process?
How the data will be used. Input data is 'processed' in some way in order to make the output meaningful.
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How can data be processed?
Via calculations, sorting, searching, producing a graph etc
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What is output?
The final data presented to the user
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Define client

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The person who the solution is being created for

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Define user

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Who is the audience?

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Why should user skills be considered when creating a solution?

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