Objectives of a good Database Design

Good Database Design is what everyone wants to achieve to avoid the consequences of dealing with a bad design.

The following are the objectives of a good database design −

Avoid Redundant Data

The table in the database should be constructed following standards and with utmost dedication. It should have different fields and minimize redundant data. The table should always have a Primary Key that would be a unique id.

Faultless Information

The database should follow the standards and conventions and provide meaningful information useful to the organization.

Data Integrity

Integrity assists in guaranteeing that the values are valid and faultless. Data Integrity is set to tables, relationships, etc.


The database developed should be worked upon with the conventions and standards, so that it can be easily modified whenever the need arise.