Building software that meets the needs and expectations of businesses and users in a dynamic and ever-changing technological world can be challenging. Software companies gradually require a workable way to make communication between the business and the product team more transparent. The domain-driven design (DDD) approach helps to solve this problem by fostering a profound understanding of the subject matter and continuous collaboration between developers and business experts. In fact, developers gain a more in-depth understanding of the underlying domain and business rules through constant communication. At the same time, stakeholders gain a better understanding of technical capabilities and constraints.

For example, Standish Group’s analysis of 100 projects found that 70% of rework was due to a lack of domain knowledge during the requirements and design phases, confirming that DDD fosters understanding between businesses and developers.

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