- Taschenbuch: 281 Seiten
- Verlag: Voices That Matter; Auflage: 00002 (10. Dezember 2004)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0735714339
- ISBN-13: 978-0735714335
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 20,3 x 1,7 x 25,4 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 472.962 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Web ReDesign 2.0: Workflow That Works (Voices That Matter) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 10. Dezember 2004
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Anyone who has managed the process of developing or redesigning a Web site of significant size has likely learned the hard way the complexities, pitfalls, and cost risk of such an undertaking. While many Web development firms have fantastic technical expertise, what sets the topnotch organizations apart is the ability to accurately manage the planning and development process. Web Redesign: Workflow That Works directly addresses this crucial area with a specific, proven process.
This brief but important book lays out a specific five-step strategy--called the Core Process--that can always be applied to the development of Web sites and fine-tuned to almost any type of project. Each step--defining the project, developing site structure, visual design and testing, production and QA, and launch and beyond--contains three related but distinct tracks. The text begins with a brief overview of each of the steps, then delves deeper into each with detailed explanations as well as specific forms and project-management strategies. This book does not cover back-end, server-side programming. Instead, it focuses primarily on the visual, conventional components of a Web site.
Authors Kelly Goto and Emily Cotler compiled this book in an attractive, easy-to-read format. This process guide uses numerous full-color screen shots to illustrate site examples, as well as plenty of site diagrams and sample forms. The book even has a companion Web site with downloadable forms in PDF format to put the Core Process into immediate action. --Stephen W. Plain
- Step 1--Defining the Core Process: discovery, planning, and clarification;
- Step 2--Developing site structure: content-view, site-view, and page-view;
- Step 3--Visual design and testing: creating, confirming, and handing off;
- Step 4--Production and QA: prepping, building, and testing;
- Step 5--Launch and beyond: delivery, launch, and maintenance.
"I wish I had this book when I was working at a Web design firm in the '90s. It would have saved us all a lot of headache."www.webreference.com, Sept 2001 -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
Kurz: ein Buch geschrieben von Praktikern für Praktiker.
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I am envolved in a web redesign project and this book was the guide I needed to provide the frame work I needed to put my ideas and reading about web design into a coherent view of the project and process.
One big disappointment was the expert sections or articles. They were too short (page or two) to say anything really useful and I think using these kind of short "teasers" from wed design celebrities is just a way to promote and sell the book. An other thing that could have been improved are the different checklists/document samples throughout the book that can also be downloaded from the website. They are nice to have but are too simple to be used without modification in actual projects.
It is a shame that the book don't go into more detail in describing web design projects because I think the authors would have a lot more to say on the subject. The book uses a lot of imagery and white space (and is a kind of prited version of a web site) when actual content could have been added instead.
The most obvious reader for this title would be a project manager coming to the web design world from some other industry or someone else new to the business. A good overview that is fast and easy to digest.
Kelly clearly explains step-by-step what you need to do at the start of a web project in order to avoid an unmitigated disaster at the end of the project. Her advice is straight-forward, logical, and accurate.
Flash forward, and suddenly I find myself a web project manager once again, called in to Save the Day because someone else did some really embarrassingly stupid things with a public website. What was the first thing that I did after getting this assignment? Find my Kelly Goto book! What was the second thing I did? Order the newer edition!
Kelly offers good solid practical advice. Kelly Goto offers templates on her website. Kelly Goto has sage advice at Adobe.com [...]
Heed the wisdom of the sage, Grasshopper, and you will find enlightenment.
The content is so well-organized, logical and persuasive that the reader thinks, "Why didn't I think of doing it that way"? I already use many of the techniques in this book, but I hadn't quite put them together in a cohesive way. I also haven't been consistent in using the techniques from project to project. I'm going to clean up my act. When you finish this book, you KNOW what works for web projects.
The authors address scope creep better than anything else I've read. Everyone I know who works on web sites complains endlessly about this problem. I'm in the middle of a horrendous project where I wasn't careful and I'm eating so much time. The authors offer sensible ways to keep the creep from happening. It's a critical issue, as it absolutely eats up your profit (not to mention your patience).
All of the techniques discussed in this book scale up or down to fit projects of various size and complexity.
I have so many new ideas to implement. This book has "place of pride" on my desk from now on.
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