Edward Deming Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. This book doesnit offer a single-minded solution to the myriad of problems and issues that Web developers face. Itis not a solution in a box, or an "Idiotis Guide" to anything. Itis naive to assume that it would be possible to offer the single solution for Web development because of the many kinds of Web applications that exist: entertainment-based, information-based, commerce, or advertising. What this book does contain is a treasure of ideas, methods, devices, tips, advice, stories, and even a CD-ROM full of useful templates and tools to help you develop the Web team and Web development systems that best suit your environment and project objectives.
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Edward Deming Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. This book doesnit offer a single-minded solution to the myriad of problems and issues that Web developers face. Itis not a solution in a box, or an "Idiotis Guide" to anything. Itis naive to assume that it would be possible to offer the single solution for Web development because of the many kinds of Web applications that exist: entertainment-based, information-based, commerce, or advertising.
What this book does contain is a treasure of ideas, methods, devices, tips, advice, stories, and even a CD-ROM full of useful templates and tools to help you develop the Web team and Web development systems that best suit your environment and project objectives. Who Should Read This Book? This book is for a project manager or producer, or anyone who is responsible for putting together a Web team.
It will help you understand what you need to know to build the right team for the project. It will also help you understand the Web development cycle, the issues you face with clients, be they internal or external to your business. This book will help you understand the costs involved in Web development, time lines, phases, and cycles so that you can create a process that suits your team and the needs of a specific project.
The figure that follows this Preface will give you a "picture" of the bookis organization. Heading toward Sanity Why did I write this book? Many reasons. I had produced more than 20 Web-related projects and at least half of them seemed akin to torture. Through conferences and networking I developed a circle of friends and colleagues who were creating Web sites: the production manager at Cisco; the managing editor of the Miami Herald, the vice president of Snap!
They were all saying the very similar things: "Web development is crazy. There are many kinds of sites and applications. The people who are building Web sites today come from many backgrounds. On e-business sites, I worked with software engineers, security experts, information designers. In advertising, I met brand stewards, copywriters, graphic designers. Each kind of site required a certain team and a certain methodology. There existed good practices that I could use from my e-business background, but they needed to be modified to fit with the needs of the team and the project.
To try to enforce processes without the teamis buy-in meant certain project failure. This book contains interviews with people from the following fields: software development, advertising, multimedia, film, publishing, teaching, and writing. It shows how and why we, as Web project managers and developers, must create methodologies and standards for developing Web applications.
Not every suggestion I offer will work for you; your organization will have to decide what works best for its Web team. When you can do that, and when you are able to articulate the method, then you will start to gain some sanity around developing Web applications. Not that you wonit ever experience a chaotic project again, you will.
This book will, however, help you develop strategies to make those projects run as smoothly as possible, thereby reducing team burnout and, ideally, help your group achieve true job satisfaction and profitability whenever you take on such a project. You guys are the best. Thanks to all my colleagues at Red Sky for cheering me on. This book is really for you. Thanks to the people who contributed to this book directly. Janine Warner gave me the original idea to write about Web teams, and she wrote the Miami Herald case study and most of Appendix B.
A big thanks to Tim Smith and Joel Hladecek for giving me a great interview. Many thanks to the people who helped in the publishing process. Many thanks to my editor, Elizabeth Spainhour, who gave me support, supervision, and encouragement along the way.
Thanks to my agent, Margot Maley, for helping me find a publisher for this book. Your understanding and support mean very much to me.
Collaborative web development jessica burdman pdf
The book provides many case studies of both successful and unsuccessful Web sites, and will help web-project managers pick and manage their web teams so they can sell their projects and needs to executive managers. The ultimate goal of this book is to make a level playing ground, offering a similar vocabulary for developers, marketing people, and IT managers, so everyone is bought in to the Web project. File Name: collaborative web development jessica burdman pdf. As the Web has matured, the development and management of sites has become increasingly complex.
Collaborative Web Development: Strategies and Best Practices for Web Teams
Collaborative Web development : strategies and best practices for Web teams
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