Re: Design documentation requirements?
Section 4.2.1(d) of ISO 9001 states that you need to have "documents, including records, determined by the organization to be necessary to ensure the effective planning, operation and control of its processes". You get to determine the amount of detail that you need.
But keep in mind that a good qms is alive and should always be subject to improvement. When you first start your qms, you will likely have only sparse, even confusing, documentation. As you face issues (nonconformities) and improve your docs to prevent recurrence, your documentation will likely gather detail.
So, include, initially, the detail that you think is necessary to insure quality, and make sure your continuous improvement process is working well. Your system will evolve to have the right amount of detail. And then improve some more.