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How do customers and Developers understand each others? That is a big question for decade. In this presentation, you will find more solution to fix this.

How do customers and Developers understand each others? That is a big question for decade. In this presentation, you will find more solution to fix this.

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  • 1. credit: WordPress
  • 2. Who is Phong (Paul) ● Internet entrepreneur ● Freelance copywriter ● Web developer based on LAMP ● Founder of contentaz.com
  • 3. credit: wikipedia.org
  • 4. OUTLINE 1. Customers vs Developers 2. Preparation 3. Q&A credit: pixabay.com
  • 5. 1. Customers vs Developers Customers Developers Purpose ● beautiful & great UI/UX design ● reasonable price (maybe as cheap as possible) ● long-term support 24/7 ● stable & secure ● deadline: ASAP Purpose ● Money (as high as possible) ● Low cost platform CMS ● Easy to build so it won’t take too much time to get things done ● Customers > Clients for Upselling credit: Pixabay.com
  • 6. 2. Preparation Customers: 1. Design ● Make a research and brainstorm several ideas ● what color do I like? Feng shui? ● Do I need responsive layout?
  • 7. 2. Techinical requirement ● Do I need an e-commerce system? ● What functions do I really need? ● Do a research or brainstorm
  • 8. 3. Supporting ● Do I need a life-time support or just 1~3 year supporting? ● Do I need a training course to use the website? ● Support through email, live chat or phone call?
  • 9. Price credit: Openclipart.org
  • 10. Remember: A good dog deserves a good bone
  • 11. Thank you.