Every word matters when authoring requirements. Something as simple as an adverb or using “should” instead of “must” can create ambiguity that confuses engineers and sets a project back.
In this infographic, we discuss the top do’s and don’ts of writing requirements that are clear and traceable across the product development lifecycle. We cover topic such as:
Using a requirements template to give your requirements a consistent structure
Standardizing language that’s unambiguous
Using active voice and specific adjectives