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Project Management

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July 6, 2007 by Katy Whitton

The whole of the managing web projects series brought together in one link-up post, with some additional resources thrown in to help you on your web development journey covering everything from an inital brainstorm to quoting and contracts. … Read More »

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July 2, 2007 by Katy Whitton

So, the website’s now live. You’ve been paid and the website’s number 1 in Google – every’s happy, right? You betcha! I’m in the money! Oh? That’s nice! But what about the future – for you and your client? Who cares about them? I’m … Read More »

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July 1, 2007 by Katy Whitton

So now we come to the last phase of the Web Project – Invoicing. Hoorah! I get my money now! Lets hope so! Of course, thanks to your watertight contract you have all of your costs and payment terms laid out, right? How you … Read More »

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July 1, 2007 by Katy Whitton

Wow, it’s been rather a long time since I posted my last entry in this series – Managing Web Projects #11 – The Change Request Form. I haven’t forgotten about this series honest, I’ve just been procrastinating over it! Yeah, enough with the excuses. … Read More »

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July 1, 2007 by Katy Whitton

For the uninitiated, anything that has more that one step (action) to it becomes a "Project". Projects are then broken down into their individual steps to form a "Next Actions" list. In theory you should only have one next action per project on your … Read More »

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July 1, 2007 by Katy Whitton

As I've already mentioned here in Managing Web Projects #5, the contract is a very important (and yet often missed) part of the development process: Not only does a contract protect the client, it protects you as well. You can clearly state what is … Read More »

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July 1, 2007 by Katy Whitton

We're looking into using Mind mapping at work as a means of capturing customer requirements when we're onsite and then using this mind map to draw up a Technical Requirements Specification. I was asked to write up a list of software as I'd had … Read More »

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June 11, 2006 by Katy Whitton

So, you’ve tested the site and are approaching the sign-off phase but before you can jump the last hurdle the client turns around to you and says, “Well actually, I’d like it to do….” You check back through your Technical Requirements Specification and lo … Read More »

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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 More »

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