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Dev Checklists, before and after

Discussion in 'Web Development' started by findtim, Jan 19, 2017.

  1. findtim

    findtim Membership: VIP

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    i was interviewing a new client yesterday for a redo/expansion and noticed myself ONCE AGAIN asking questions they had never considered simple because they just didn't know. the client responded by " thanks, i just never thought of all that and the guy who build the site just said......here you go, BYE "

    So i thought it would be good to create a list of questions a client SHOULD ask and also give the answers, something to send them along with my questions to them.
    My reason is i'm thinking if i give them this they'll notice anybody else they approach hasn't ! YES they may just then read off my list to my competitor but it will still be in there mind it came from me.

    in my search for similar i found this post with loads of great links depending on what the client is coming to you for, its a long read but worth having when you finally decide you want it.
    https://www.smashingmagazine.com/20...ful-web-design-checklists-and-questionnaires/
    tim
     
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  2. Christopher

    Christopher Membership: Community

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    A good Idea Tim, you may find the teaching from GKIC.com good for you. In their marketing approach, they suggest creating the material in a way that all the answers, all lead back to one authority source, "YOU!"