The document plan for your proposal will serve as an informal proposal for your final deliverable. In it, you will analyze the intended audience and discuss your solution with sufficient detail that allows for careful evaluation. For example, you will need to ensure that you create effective arguments for the solution that you plan to enact. Remember that this document plan requests permission for your project, so we need to answer any potential questions that an approver might have in your document plan.
More specifically, your sections should adhere to the following:
- Introduction: Discuss the case study and the problems described within. As we discussed in class, you want to ensure that you articulate your starting point for the solution to the problem(s) and the solution itself.
- User analysis: Outline the demographic that your document(s) will be developed for. Be as specific as you can here, because you’ll most likely be able to repurpose this content for your final deliverable.
- Rationale: This will be the most important section of your document plan. Articulate what your solution will be and why this solution makes sense. For those developing proposals or reports, you can speak directly about the solution that your proposal/report will outline. Doing that work here will also allow you to repurpose this content directly to your final deliverable in most cases.
- Attached below is the case study to work off, a guided example, and also a sample so you have an idea of how it should look and how long it should be. Please make it a word document
- It should be about 2.5 pages single space