5-minute read that highlights the two main secrets to keeping web-dev schedules on track.
Jumping right to the quick, delivering any complex website project on time requires planning and definition.
Particularly: Asking the right questions so 1) expectations can be set and then 2) communicating effectively as the project proceeds.
Henny Youngman, a master of communicating the unexpected, said, “When I read about the dangers of drinking, I gave up reading.” But seriously folks, no one likes an unexpected twist with their web-dev project. Keeping expectations and communications in check are essential to on-time delivery.
Here are some must-haves…
1) The right questions set expectations:
The unexpected makes for good comedy shtick, but it’s no joke with web dev. But proper planning and solid definition will keep everyone happy along the way.