Skip the Requirements – 10 Problems With Web Development Projects, and How to Solve Them
Did you notice? The world’s a different place. Rules for doing business have changed-there’s new ways of getting hired, finding employees, reaching new customers, and (shudder) for them to reach you. Economies of scale have flipped-it’s getting more expensive to do things on a huge scale, 웹하드 and far cheaper to do them at a micro scale. Mass market items have lost their appeal, and people yearn for authentic, individual connections in a world of franchise same-ness.
As customers, we want it all. We want to know what your products are, how much they cost, and what benefit we get from purchasing them. We want to know what others have experienced, we may go see what people are saying about you on Facebook, Google, or Twitter, or Yelp, or any of a thousand other sites. Oh yeah, and we don’t want to pay more, either. Are you listening?
We’ve been listening to our clients, and have a created a whole new way of helping them succeed on the web. And we’ve had a bit of an epiphany by doing so-web development has been broken for quite a while! It’s a wonder any sites get done at all. Here are 10 problems with the way web projects are typically done. We’ve experienced all of these problems, but more importantly, we’ve figured out how to solve them.