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Project Phases

  1. 1. Project Phases in Software Development © Astrid Carver Courcier - Visual Explainer [email_address] © Astrid Carver Courcier – www.visualexplainer.com Excerpt from a presentation commissioned by Wembla Conseil
  2. 2. Project phases (Click on images for direct access to each page) Project launch Needs analysis Functional design Technical design Development Internal acceptance Client acceptance Roll out Maintenance Assessment Sales Project Management © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  3. 3. Sales © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  4. 4. Project launch © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  5. 5. Needs analysis © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  6. 6. Functional design (Act 1) © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  7. 7. Functional design (Act 2) © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  8. 8. Technical design © Astrid Carver Courcier www.visualexplainer.com
  9. 9. Development © Astrid Carver Courcie r www.visualexplainer.com
  10. 10. Internal acceptance © Astrid Carver Courcie r www.visualexplainer.com
  11. 11. Client acceptance © Astrid Carver Courcie r www.visualexplainer.com
  12. 12. Roll out © Astrid Carver Courcie r www.visualexplainer.com
  13. 13. Maintenance © Astrid Carver Courcie r www.visualexplainer.com
  14. 14. Assessment © Astrid Carver Courcie r www.visualexplainer.com
  15. 15. Credits <ul><li>Illustrations by Astrid Carver Courcier, Visual Explainer . </li></ul><ul><li>This is an excerpt from a presentation that was commissioned by Sandrine Mathon, Wembla Conseil . </li></ul><ul><li>Sandrine encouraged and suggested ideas for a tongue-in-cheek representation of the development process. </li></ul>

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