What if your product has good design and functionalities but not the quality? The user experience (UX) won’t be too good right? The product will not be of much use if there isn’t quality and sound UX! Non-functional requirements define quality and UX. To have a clearer and better understanding of non-functional requirements, The ProdZen has come up with NFRG, a non-functional requirements guide, which covers concepts from the base to the implementation of a product to make you examine some non-functional but significant areas of development.

Why have we created a non-functional requirements guide?

While developing a product/ service, people focus on functionalities. Functionalities define the functions any product/ service has; but non-functional requirements define the operational activities the product/ service carries forward. The purpose of creating a non-functional requirements guide is to make people understand non-functional requirements and their importance.

In what way will this guide be helpful?

It is very important how to consider implementing non-functional requirements; at the right time, the right way and using the right methods. Considering non-functional requirements at the right time will save a lot of time and effort in the long run.

What does the guide cover?

The guide deep dives into non-functional requirements and explains its importance, methods of implementation and details various non-functional requirements. It is divided into three main sections: first the definition, importance, impacts etc.; second, it details 30 non-functional requirements covering important aspects such as type of NFR and types of products it can be implemented in and the architecture for implementation; third, it examines layered architecture, stating the importance of groups of NFRS in decreasing the order of layers. The layered architecture varies around the type of product, geographical area and the position of the business. It also focusses on various cases, taking combinations of various geographical areas, types of products and the business status.

Who this guide is for?

This guide is important for the people who are directly or indirectly involved in the development of tech products/ services. This guide explains when, how and why you should consider non functional requirements and also explains what non functional requirements you should consider.

It can benefit product managers because quality plays a major role in the success of any product.

It is simplified enough for a non-technical person to have considerable knowledge about non-functional requirements. 

Why should I get this guide?

If you are working with a tech product or providing a tech service, you should get this guide because using this guide can save you months of time, effort and money because it preempts unnecessary upcoming problems. It can also guide you on particular non functional requirements you should be focusing on and descriptions on some important non functional requirements. Also, as a product manager, this guide will help you focus on making a product more qualified for the market with right non functional requirements.


Non-functional requirements are non negligible. We have created this simplified guide to make non technical people understand and learn about non functional requirements and their implementations.

The whole guide is paid but the preview is available for free on our website.

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It will reduce time, effort and costs for you business.

Tech products developers, product managers

This guide can be helpful to non technical people because it is simplified enough to make them understand all the non functional requirements with its importance and implementation.

This guide covers base knowledge of non functional requirements, provides explanations of some important non functional requirements and industrial implementations of non functional requirements.

Upon completing the payment, you will receive the complete guide. The first 15 people who buy the guide will receive a free 15-minute consultation.