Design review

The design review aims to anticipate and identify potential problems or inadequacies and initiate corrective actions to ensure the final design meets the design intent. In the review process, the questions to be solved should include, but not be limited to, the following:

• Were design inputs correctly identified, selected and incorporated?

• Have original design requirements been met?

• Are assumptions adequately described and based?

• Was the design methodology appropriate?

• Were procedures followed?

• Is the design output complete and reasonable?

• Is the design output reasonable?