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Web Development in the Wild

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A short conversation about web development projects, using as an example the 2010 web development project for Wisconsin Nonprofits Association.

A short conversation about web development projects, using as an example the 2010 web development project for Wisconsin Nonprofits Association.

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  • WNA history – very brief (how did they get this thing off the ground?)
  • First WNA web site – created by a designer. Very clean, very simple. VERY little content.
  • Generation 2 – same basic design is included, but more content is present. Information architecture is lacking.
  • Content management systems – lots available, one of the goals for the site redo.
  • Members-only area on the web site
  • Desire to network multiple systems – CapWiz, CRM, etc.
  • Need a designer? Just a tech guy? Web developer?
  • RFP – what is it, how do you write it, etc, evaluating them
  • Build a good relationship
  • Project plan – match to goals, formal or loose?, roles & responsibilities
  • Content – transfer, create?
  • Lessons learned
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    • 1. Web Development in the Wild May 18, 2010 Wisconsin Nonprofits Association Annual Summit Dennis Deery Elaine Glowacki
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    • 6. Photo courtest of http://www.flickr.com/photos/earlg/
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    • 10. Beware the Snake Oil Salesmen!
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