NettSettClearly deﬁne the scope and schedulefor your projectMake Wireframes, and a detailed Project descriptionDefine:What you wantHow you want itWhen you want itMake room for suggestions! After all your not the expert oneverything
NettSettTry to narrow your searchSave time sifting through applicants by being as specific aspossible when you describe the project and what you need doneIf your doing a complicated task, make sure the person you hirehas worked on similar projects before
NettSettDo Interviews, review Portfolios and do aTest runMany people talk the talk, only a few walk the walkYou can never be 100% sure, but do these three things and watchout for red flags!
NettSettGet it in writingYou don’t necessarily need a contract, but it’s a good idea tohave all the important agreements in writingWritten agreements solve the small disputes, but if somethinggoes totally wrong, chances are you will not get your moneyback or the project done. What are you going to do, sue them?It’s always a good thing to have a Plan B!
NettSettDon’t forget about support after the projectis completeWe always have a period of time after the launch where ourclients can report bugs and errorsWe do the same with our employees