Week 3 IT - Analysts typically tend to treat objects as if...

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Analysts typically tend to treat objects as if they were descriptions of required properties along with behavior. Designers on the other hand, tend to treat objects as if they were computational objects, realizing the preferred properties in a manner which can be freely implemented by properly utilizing the common object-oriented programming languages along with the tools that go with them. If you were to proceed with project development using this method, the design stage will act as a bridge that is between the analysis stage and the implementation stage. We should all assume that the design requirements for any individual project will be different from anyone else’s. This is most often the case because you are going to be applying your specific problem statement along with any product, system, or experience requirements to what you are designing. Your design will also be specific in terms of requirements, ultimately implementing accessibility and efficiency directed toward meeting the needs of your users of the project.
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