Functional requirements of a website

prepare functional specification documentation.
Description:
Define the Business and Functional requirements of a website
As a business owner, think about the website you want to build for assessment 3.
This could be for an existing business or something entirely new. It could be a personal portfolio for your own work.
Define at least 2 Business Requirements of this website. (eg: we need to make more money, we need to increase
mailing list subscribers etc)
From that point, define at least 5 Functional requirements to meet those goals.
The individual student report will:

  1. define the project and its goals;
  2. write functional requirements to achieve the goals;
  3. create workflow diagrams to help define your requirements;
    Details:
    Workload: 1000 words or equivalent.
    Upload final presentation to Moodle as a PDF file for marking.
    ASSESSMENT BRIEF I CODING FUNDAMENTALS
    File: 111_CFU_Assessment2 1
    Author: Vervaart / Thomson / Hemphill Date: 24/06/20 Status: Final
    Marking Criteria & Rubrics:
    Criterion 1: Comprehensiveness of specification document – 40%
    Fail: • Specification document incomplete
    • Non-submission
    Pass: • Specification document consists of most required elements
    • Poor description
    Credit: • Specification document consists of all required elements
    • Clear descriptions
    Distinction: • Specification document consists of all required elements
    • Detailed descriptions
    High Distinction • Specification document consists of all required elements
    • Highly detailed descriptions
    Criterion 3: Definition of business principles and functionality – 40%
    Fail: • Definition of business principles and functionality irrelevant
    • Non-submission
    Pass: • Some relevance of business principles
    • Only basic understanding of functionality
    Credit: • Relevant business principles
    • Good level of functionality
    Distinction: • High relevance of business principles
    • Deep understanding of functionality
    High Distinction • Precise and ideal alignment with business principles
    • Insightful understanding of functionality
    Criterion 4: Quality of presentation – 20%
    Fail: • Non-submission
    • Unclear of incomprehensible presentation
    • Extremely poor spelling and grammar
    • Support visuals lacking
    Pass: • Simple presentation
    • Poor spelling and grammar
    • Limited support visuals
    Credit: • Good presentation
    • Some spelling and grammar errors
    • Support visuals aid the presentation
    Distinction: • Very good presentation
    • Well-expressed and no spelling and grammar errors
    • Clear communication and visuals
    • Presenter engages the audience
    High Distinction • Outstanding presentation
    • Excellent expression with no spelling and grammar errors
    • Clear communication and well-designed visuals

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