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I have one doubt related to submission. My approach to get the big picture of the use case is by drawing the User Interface Diagram - also called storyboards. This helps me to understand the use case flow. Also this help me to extract the classes and other object require to design the use case. In reality my brain works better in top-down approach.
I want to know if I submit the User Interface Diagram/flow diagram along with required deliverables then will that create problem in my score or the SCEA evaluator honor the approach?
Did anyone in past follow the similar approach?
Thanks in advance for helping me out here as you guys have done always through this forum
I created screen-flow diagrams as well for my own personal benefit to make sure I am covering everything needed.
I do not plan to submit them as part of my deliverable, however.
I assume the evaluators would care about them as much as most people would care about seeing how their sausages were made.
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If you feel that it will help to explain your decision then will not it should be submitted as part of assignment. I am planning to submit that as part of my assignment as it will draw a clear picture about the understanding of the use cases and later decision that came out of that