This introductory course gives the student an understanding of how we should separate Analysis from Design issues. It does this by looking at the many things that are simply perpetuated from old designs and taking a humorous look at where those old designs originated.
The course uses pictures, graphics, both static and animated, with voiceover to show the various real world examples of the perpetuation of old designs. It does this by progressing through basic examples in everyone's regular life to business issues that restrict us as customers.
There is no support material needed for this course.
The course video is approximately one hour in duration.
The student will see the importance of applying analysis concepts to every new invention or system be it a manual task or a computer business system.
There are no exercises or questionnaires to complete.
Course goal/Objective: The course's goal is to enable the student to recognize the need to conduct a good analysis before attempting to develop a design. The student will learn that it is beneficial to ignore the "typical" and "expected" designs in place today.
Intended audience: The course video is aimed at a general audience as it aims to educate anyone who is a "Customer". However it will be most beneficial to those who intend to become or who are Business Analysts or those who are requestors of business systems.
Course Requirements: As it is a video the only requirement is a device on which to play the video with software that plays the MP4 format.
Instructional Level: This is an introductory level course.
If you've often wondered how strange things get perpetuated into today's environment, such as why we have such a strange keyboard layout on our computer devices, then this course will answer many questions. And hopefully help you look at many things differently in your life.
Language of instruction: English