Q. 32: A major supermarket is upgrading its online store in response to recent changes in consumer spending. It has reduced its ‘premium’ products range by offering less organic meat and vegetables and less exotic fruit and vegetables. It has increased its ‘friendly’ product range by increasing its locally sourced produce, and its ‘fair-trade’ range by including more products from overseas where growers are assured a fair price for their products.
The front-end design is changing to allow customers to select their shopper preferences, which are:
# environmentally friendly;
# family friendly;
# fair to all.
Customers will then be offered products falling into each of these categories.
The changes to the front end are considered to be simple, when compared with the changes required to the back end, to provide each customer group with the correct product choices.
The development life cycle is Agile development. One of the developers has begun creating a high-level design to help clarify the product categories.
He has decided to hold a review of the high-level design.
Which one of the following review types would be suitable for the high-level design, for the reasoning given?