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    • 1. Web Development Process CGS2826 Web Design Program in Interdisciplinary Computing Florida State University From Web Style Guide, Chapter 1: Process
    • 2. “ Careful planning and a clear purpose are the keys to success in building web sites, particularly when you are working as part of a development team.” The first step in designing any web site is to define your goals.
    • 3. Valuable Skill Sets Strategy and planning Project management Information architecture and user interface design Graphic design for the web Web technology Site production + Content domain expertise Editorial
    • 4. Key Players Stakeholder/sponsor Project manager Usability lead Information architect Art director Web technology lead Site production lead Site editor
    • 5.  
    • 6. Garrett’s Nine Pillars of Successful Web Teams
      • User research
      • Site strategy
      • Technology strategy
      • Content strategy
      • Abstract Design
      • Technology implementation
      • Content production
      • Concrete design
      • Project management
    • 7.  
    • 8. Types of Web Sites
      • Static vs. Dynamic
      • Web Content Management Systems
      • Blogs
      • Wikis
      • RSS
      • Web Apps
      • Social Media
    • 9. Site Dev Process
      • Site definition and planning
      • Information architecture
      • Site design
      • Site construction
      • Site marketing
      • Tracking, evaluation, and maintenance
    • 10.  
    • 11. At minimum, a project charter should define the content scope, budget, schedule, and technical aspects of the web site.
    • 12. Tips
      • Avoid Ready, Fire, Aim
      • Form follows function – postpone visual design until after planning
      • Small is good
      • Plan the work, then work the plan

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