For my Systems Analysis and Design class, we were required to put together a project proposal for a fictitious company called MyStuff. The company was a photography store looking to move into the digital arena. My group and I acted as consultants and put together a proposal, and the final product ended up being 85 pages long, with over 14 thousand words. It was easily the most ambitious project I have ever had the opportunity to participate in. I include it on my website because it is something that my group and I are extremely proud of. My contributions included the format and theme of the paper, numerous use case diagrams, use case descriptions, activity diagrams, system sequence diagrams, and various sections of writing. Our project was the highest scoring project in both ISYS Junior Core classes, so it’s a quality document worth sharing.
This project is one of the reasons I love the Information Systems program at BYU. We get hands on experience with projects that emulate the real world. This experience, and those like it, help us to solidify the skills we learn in class. The rigorous curriculum, high quality of student peers, and incredible faculty make the BYU’s Information Systems program one of the best in the nation, and I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to be part of it all.
The case description and my group’s product submission are included as links below.
EDIT: Nope! They’re gone now! No more cheating from resourceful students haha