The Product Requirements Document synthesizes the data we gain from organizing and analyzing the findings of the UX Research. This document bridges the gap in the UX design process between the data analysis and the interface and interaction design phase. Use Cases, User Stories and Scenarios are great inputs for creating a Product Requirements Document. There are different approaches in creating a Product Requirements Document, we include the followings:
- Target audience (Who will use it)
- Business goals
- Features needed to meet the users' needs (in a prioritized way)
- Content types
- Ideas to consider for future development (optional)
- Inspirations (optional)
In other words, it contains business, functional and user requirements. To get the most out of this tool, a Product Requirements Document should evolve over time, through many iterations.