The analysis phase is all about setting up the project for success. Next, you define a scope. Understand the design challenge.
The design phase involves benchmarking, prototyping, and testing. During this phase, you want to verify the project scope and that all requirements are met.
The specification phase is an important step that helps us focus on the finer details of the project at hand. Often involves quantity specifications and timeline expectations.
The production phase is the point at which your planning and design come together. In this phase, you will need to map out the processes to be adhered to, risk management and ensuring the project scope is being carried out as per initial specifications.
The evaluation phase involves testing the project against the original specification. Use quality assurance (QA) testing, acceptance testing, and analysis to see how the project is performing. This allows us to ensure consistency in all our deliverables.