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Chapter 1. Introduction to Sitespring > Problems with Team-Based Web Developmen...

Problems with Team-Based Web Development

A Web project can run amok for myriad reasons. Building something, be it a steel bridge or a Web page, often leads to overruns in time and cost. With a bridge, you might run into problems if the steel doesn't arrive from the forge on time. With a Web page, the e-commerce software may take longer to deploy than you anticipated. Being able to identify and resolve problems (or avoid them altogether) while building a Web site often makes the difference between launching on time and launching at all. Many of the problems come down to faulty communication, poor planning, and trying to accomplish more than you can handle.

Client Problems

Anyone who's had some experience building Web sites has a client horror story. It doesn't matter whether your client is another company or the marketing manager down the hall; as outsiders to the Web team, clients are not privy to the headaches and problems their requests cause within the team.


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