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Design Matters pp 145-156 | Cite as

Project Design Audit

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Abstract

This chapter demonstrates the design process and suggests how it can be audited during the development of a solution to meet a need. The framework of the three basic stages in the process has been described in detail in Chapter 2. Since the process of developing a solution to a need can take several years, it is of value to have a checking process which audits the work done to ensure that the key items are all covered, and that the original intention is maintained.

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