As learning moves from artificial constructs of courses into a format more symbolic of today’s work climate, control must shift to the learner. Courses largely seek to communicate what a designer feels a learner should know. Learner-centred design focuses on giving the learner the ability to decide what he/she feels is important and relevant. A more dynamic design approach is more reflective of the types of challenges individuals will face when learning through experience and other informal methods.
1) Requirement gathering and analysis: Business requirements are gathered in this phase. This phase is the main focus of the project managers and stake holders. Meetings with managers, stake holders and users are held in order to determine the requirements like; Who is going to use the system? How will they use the system? What data should be input into the system? What data should be output by the system? These are general questions that get answered during a requirements gathering phase. After requirement gathering these requirements are analyzed for their validity and the possibility of incorporating the requirements in the system to be development is also studied.
Digi WDS works with you to translate your innovative idea into a technically and commercially feasible product. This stage includes requirements exploration, high-level software and hardware architecture creation, and, in some cases, a conceptual prototype to bring your idea to life. Our proof-of-concept prototypes minimize technology risks, identify elusive requirements, and assess technology tradeoffs to create the most appropriate solution architecture. This stage involves close, direct dialogue among you and our solution architects, systems engineers, discipline lead engineers (EE, ME, SW, ID) and program managers.