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Project Management

Managing Web Projects #10 – Testing the Product
June 10, 2006 By Katy Whitton

Testing is the most important part of the whole web production process. I don’t care what anybody else tells you – listen to me, not them! At a company I once worked for (who shall remain nameless for obvious reasons!), we released a rather … Read Article »

Computer & Software Tips

Illustration of people working on computer
June 10, 2006 By Katy Whitton

I'm terrible when it comes to gizmos, gadgets, software, websites... if it comes along I'll try it! But, pretty soon they all fall by the wayside and I wonder what on Earth possed me to use this at the time. Occasionally though, something comes … Read Article »

Productivity News

Pottey head with geopmetic shapes coming out of it
June 9, 2006 By Katy Whitton

It's not often that I write about myself personally; I guess I find it a little embarrassing. However I have recently been taking an inward look at myself (which is something I don't do nearly often enough) and I thought I'd write about what I've … Read Article »

Project Management

Managing Web Projects #9 – The Development Process
June 9, 2006 By Katy Whitton

This is the 9th installment of my “Managing Web Projects” series. Apologies for the delay in getting back on track with it but for some reason I’ve been suffering a severe bout of procrastination. Anyway, I digress, on with the show! As mentioned in … Read Article »

Project Management

Managing Web Projects #8 – The Design Process
June 7, 2006 By Katy Whitton

Before you being to plan your design, you should first consider whether it will be: A full re-brand Web presence only Whilst this will be set out in the Technical Requirements Specification (TRS), it will directly impact how you go about the design. For … Read Article »

Websites

Diggo Homepage on a laptop screen
June 7, 2006 By Katy Whitton

Diigo is a not your usual social bookmarking site like del.icio.us or social commentary site like Reddit or Digg, they call it a "Social Annotation website". They have a toolbar that integrates with Firefox, Flock and Internet Explorer that allows you to add "Sticky notes" … Read Article »

Project Management

Managing Web Projects #6 – The Technical Requirements Specification
June 7, 2006 By Katy Whitton

The Technical Requirements Specification (TRS - Also known as a Functional Requirements Specification) scopes out all aspects of the project, from what platforms the website will run on, whether users have to have cookies enabled, down to databases, site and database architecture and testing … Read Article »

Websites & Blogging

Woman facepalming
June 7, 2006 By Katy Whitton

Darren Rowse at ProBlogger is running a group writing project called "If I had to start my blog again". I don't usually take part in these things but this one peaked my interest.I've been thinking about my blog and my blogging habits in general quite … Read Article »

 
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