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Chapter 3. Planning a Dynamic Site > The Communication Process

The Communication Process

It makes no difference whether a site is dynamic or static when you reach the core concept behind its existence on the web. The web is nothing more than a high-speed communications vehicle. The page being viewed will communicate with the visitor, or, in the case of dynamic sites, the visitor can communicate with the page.

If you understand that you are dealing with a communications medium, then you can also grasp the importance of clear lines of communication between all the players, from client to team member, in the development process. This communication can be anything from interpersonal communication to the trading of email. Regardless of how you choose to communicate with each other, the key is simply to communicate. The last thing a client or project manager needs to hear is, “Well, no one told me.”


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