Feature-Driven Development is documented as five processes, each described on no more than one double-sided letter-sized (A4/B4) piece of paper. Jeff De Luca publishes the latest versions of the processes on his website.
The five processes consist of three initial, project-wide activities that create an initial overall model, an initial, overall list of client-valued functional requirements (features), and an initial overall development plan. This is followed by two related design and build activities that are repeated together. Each iteration of these two activities takes one or a small number of related features through an analysis, design, build and verify cycle.