How to write your own Web Development Worksheet Overview
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This document is an overview to be given to a new client along with the other related worksheets. Use this as a shorter alternate to the full set of questions in the Interview Worksheet. These worksheets are used by your clients to give you information about their web site development needs.
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How do you write a Web Development Worksheet Overview document?
Welcome to the Web Development Worksheet Package. The purpose of this document is to clarify our capabilities and your needs. The better a project’s requirements are defined, the less time it takes and the more efficient it is. Building a website is complex and difficult to easily picture, so these worksheets provide a framework inside which you can describe your site.
The first few sheets are called "site-wide reference sheets". They ask you to define things that all the pages on your site should contain or things that your site should do overall. Once you have listed these things, you can, if you choose, refer to them in later worksheets instead of having to describe common functionality over and over again. The next set of worksheets asks you to define templates, or the basic types of page your site will contain.
You may refer to the site-wide reference sheets when constructing the templates if you wish. The templates will provide a basic idea of what your site should look like. Once these sheets are complete, you can use further sheets in this set to define individual pages or relationships between them. This set of sheets is a tool and not an assignment.
We have designed it because we feel it aids everybody involved with the process. Use it however you feel is appropriate.
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A wide variety of documents are included and are intended to be picked based on your needs. All projects are different and have different needs and goals. Pick the collection of documents from our collection and use them as needed for your project. Recommendations and samples provided are only intended as general guidelines.
Ian Lauder has been helping businesses write their proposals and contracts for two decades. Ian is the Owner and Founder of Proposal Kit, one of the original sources of business proposal and contract software products started in 1997.
By Ian Lauder
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