Wednesday, 19 September 2018
Yesterday I attended a crowdfunding workshop staged by two local authorities in conjunction with a crowdfunding platform which they had chosen to partner for local projects.
I say 'attended' because I actually left at half time. I say 'left', I actually slid out through the fire exit...
Sunday, 16 September 2018
Saturday, 15 September 2018
Our 'simple' small charity web project went through a number of issues - changing web host, developing the sites in the portfolio, agreeing scope, working to a non-existent budget...
In the later stages, it was a series of content management challenges that proved most difficult.
Friday, 14 September 2018
Having talked about the start-up, development and delivery of our small charity web project, it's probably worth mentioning what we mean by 'standard architecture and plug-ins.' So here's the run-down of what we used.
Thursday, 13 September 2018
Our small charity web project (Part I) got to the stage where we signed off the initial Proposal of Work (Part II) so we progress to the the systems development phase and planning for delivery.
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
Our small charity web project went live earlier in the year; in previous posts you can read how we put it together. One important component we haven't covered yet is an old favourite - How-to: Content Development Plan.
So yes, we ran through this exercise here.
Tuesday, 11 September 2018
Having outlined the background to the project in part I, how did we describe and tie down the scope; the how, what, when, where and who?
As this is a standard client-based web project, we started with a Proposal of Work.
Monday, 10 September 2018
Having just 'completed' a web project (no, they are never really finished, they just roll on), it seemed like a good time to share some of the presentation material around the project, the redevelopment of websites for a small sports charity...
Sunday, 9 September 2018
It's the perils of the interview panel; the guy you met and got on with for the temporary assignment is outranked by the senior guy who decides what they actually need is someone with a completely different skill set and experience base.