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SDLC Project: Alibi—Custom Clothes. Ahmed Balogun Kasey Bennett Bryan Borcher. Plan Analyze Design Develop Test Implement Maintain.

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SDLC Project: Alibi—Custom Clothes

Ahmed Balogun

Kasey Bennett

Bryan Borcher








Customers will be able to upload and their pre-designed t-shirt picture files or create a new design through the website. They will be able to preview and confirm the design for submission. During the preview and confirmation stage, quantity, shirt type, color, and any other special request is agreed upon. After the confirmation stage, they will be required to sign in and provide basic information like e-mail adress, shipping address, payment information, and also select whether they want the t-shirts delivered or picked up at our store. An estimated production and delivery tiime is then provided.

Furthermore, customers may browse and purchase t-shirts from our catalog of pre-made t-shirts. They may preview the t-shirt, select size and delivery options.

Considering the semester is coming to a close and our main target audience is college students, an operational website with the required applications must be ready by September 1, 2014. The following milestones will enable this deadline to be met.

May 12 – Project Document and Business Requirements Completed.

May 19 – Online logo design Softwear delivered to programming

June 9 – Initial Prototype ready for beta testing

July 7 – Final product due from programming



Some shiets are mantained by the administrator while others are designed by customers.

A customer will select a shirt and submit a request.

The administrator is then notified of the request and proceeds to process the order.


Maintaining the Catalog

After logging in, the administrator begins by viewing a list of current of current designs and has the option to add or remove designs.

With this, the administrator can maintain the number of designs on the catalog.



The login fearure is the entry point for both administrators and customers. New customers can self add UserID and password to th database.

Once succesfully logged in, the user will b directed to a menu page where order instructions can be completed.


Making Orders

The customer begins by browsing the catalog or creating a design of choice. Once an item is chosen, the customer is reuired to log in to place the order. The order is thn stored in a database for the admiistrator

DesignUser Interface- Layout

DesignUser Interface- layout


User Interface- Navigation

Design Entity Relationship Diagram










Screen/Form Tested

Login Process

Date Tested

April 30, 2014


Kasey Bennett

Actual Results


Test Condition

Desired Results

Same as desired results


Click the login button

User Name & Password box appears

Same as desired results


Type user name in the box

Desired user name appears

Type password in the box

Same as desired results


******** appears in password box

Screen appeared stating login failed

Click enter

Username and password are varified and accepted



September 1, 2014


When we implement this system we will put out fliers letting our customers know about it. We will hold a training seminar on September 2, 2014 and September 3, 2014 to show our customers how to use the system. We will also post instructions on our company Facebook page that the customers can refer to.


Since we did not have a system prior to this we will use the plunge conversion. We will just put this new system into use immediately.



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