Building a Website

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Ken Eldridge takes us through how building a website is much like building a house and why taking time up front can save you time and money later.

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Building a Website

  1. 1. Building a WebsiteWhy taking time up front can save you time and money laterKen EldridgeSenior Programmer
  2. 2. Plan• Make cost effective decisions• Make sure to learn as much about your business aspossible• Have both parties sign-off on plan
  3. 3. Changes• Do not start development until all business requirementshave been discovered• Account for surprises in the process
  4. 4. Architecture• Layers of code are written• Storage in database• Third party pieces need to be integrated• Order of workflows• How the user experience will be
  5. 5. Delay• Changes can certainly be done later in the process, butwill be much more involved• This will delay development and increase costs
  6. 6. For help on your development needs, please visit:www.BayshoreSolutions.com.
  7. 7. For help on your development needs, please visit:www.BayshoreSolutions.com.

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