Your website will evolve as we build it. But websites can be tricky. You can endlessly tweak a website. It is tempting to do so. But what looks like just a small change often ends up taking more time and costs more than you might imagine. Instead, focus on what you need or you could spend alot of time and money trying to continually refine your website with little or no payback.
- First, the requirements identified at the beginning of the project are implemented. This is called the Initial Implementation.
- Next, your website undergoes the first round of changes. This round of changes will incorporate the changes identified after reviewing the Initial Implementation of your website.
- Then, your website undergoes the second round of changes. This round of changes will incorporate the changes identified after reviewing the first round of changes. When this second round of changes is complete, your website is now "live".
Rounds of Changes
Each round of changes should be carefully thought out ahead of time and I can help you with that. Here is a sample list of a round of changes:
- Change the table on the Schedule page to eliminate the 3rd column - Reserve Players.
- Change the wording on the Description page to read, "This picture frame is available in gold, flat black, and silver."
- Change the Home page background color to navy blue.
You would not want to use one round of changes for the re-wording of a single sentence (unless that is all that needs to be done).
Why two rounds of changes? As a business owner it is not practical for me to include more than two rounds of changes for the price of creating your website. If after two rounds of changes you want to continue to modify your website, I can help you for a fee of $85 an hour.
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