By clearly outlining your product's features and functionality, you can attract customers and differentiate your product from competitors.
To create a detailed features and functionality section in your product specification document, you’ll want to include the following five areas:
Let’s dig into each in detail.
If your product has a user interface, include details on how it works and what features it offers. This can consist of information on the layout, navigation, and any specific functionality that sets your product apart.
If your product has a user interface, include details on how it works and what features it offers. This can include information on the layout, navigation, and any specific functionality that sets your product apart.
Here is where you’ll list the specific features of your product. Be sure to highlight unique or innovative features that make your product stand out. You should also include a brief explanation of each element and how it benefits the customer.
The performance of your product is a critical factor in its success. This section details the product’s speed, accuracy, and other relevant performance metrics. If your product has been tested, include the results of those tests.
If your product needs to work with other systems or devices, be sure to include compatibility information. This can include details on operating systems, browsers, or devices your product is compatible with.
The features and functionality section of your PSD is a critical component of creating a successful product. By clearly outlining your product’s unique characteristics and how they benefit the customer, you can differentiate your product from competitors and attract customers.
To help you get started, we’ve developed a product specification workbook and worksheet, essentially a “paint by numbers.”
Download both for free here and get started on your PSD immediately.
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