Is your website project out of control? Every website project needs a manager. Developing Effective Websites describes Internet technologies in plain language and helps you see beyond your expertise to the big picture. It does this by drawing on established software project and management principles. Like any project, effective management of website development starts by understanding and balancing the constraints of time, resources, and tasks. You can deliver your project on time and on budget, by following a process that includes: Am Analyzing the requirements of users and your market Am Developing a workplan for the site and breaking it down to tasks Am Scheduling with Gantt and PERT charts and measuring slippage for more accurate revisions Am Estimating cost by the budget-first or design-first methods Am Using the team development process and covering all the necessary roles Am Aligning contractor and client interests to create a win-win relationship Am Following an iterative development process for designing, prototyping, and building out Am Applying software testing principles to website development Am Making hosting decisions and planning for maintenanceLater on in production, it can help people track the content assets. Design teams use a variety of software products to create diagrams. Adobe Illustrator or Microsoft Visio work well. You can also use Microsoft Word. The menu-tree diagram cananbsp;...
|Title||:||Developing Effective Websites|
|Author||:||Roy Strauss, Patrick Hogan|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2013-08-22|