In this chapter, I've given you some guidelines for communicating the system design to the client and the development team. You can consider them one designer's opinion. The strategies outlined here work for me, but more than in any other area I've discussed, you should adapt them to suit your own working methods and the needs of your clients.
Although this is the end of Part III, we have not yet finished our examination of the database design process. In Part IV, we'll turn to the most critical component of your application: the user interface.