Business Application Design

Value Proposition Defined

Business Application Design involves defining the business problem and objectives, identifying end-users and stakeholders, and designing the user interface and experience. This stage also includes specifying the input data requirements and output formats, creating wireframes, mockups, and prototypes to visualize the application. The design is then validated with stakeholders to gather feedback and ensure alignment with business goals. Business Application Design sets the foundation for the subsequent stages of the model lifecycle by clearly defining the scope and requirements of the enterprise model.

  • Business Problem Definition and User Research
  • User Interface and Experience Design
  • Data Requirements Specification
  • Stakeholder Collaboration and Validation
  • Prototyping, Testing, and Iteration