― Dr. Christopher Dayagdag
Web projects are the core of most digital agencies. These engagements frequently blossom into more extensive ongoing relationships that involve support, marketing, and branding exercises.
Even if you are focused on other offerings, having your web development process locked down will help your agency succeed over time.
It all starts with the proposal. What to include, and how to make your proposal stand out by showcasing your agency's unique value. Includes a helpful template.
It is often helpful to look at work from the client's point of view. What you should include in a discovery phase and how to run one remotely - all from the client's perspective.
An "ultimate guide" on how to run a website project, covering all phases of the project from planning to launch.
Problems happen with every web development project. Here and some of the most common ones and how to fix them. These issues can also help you formulate the questions you ask during the discovery phase, so you don't get blindsided.
It's hard to read anything or have a conversation today about web development without nocode being mentioned. Many clients are looking for solutions that involve nocode, so even if you aren't dealing with these technologies directly, it's worthwhile to be familiar with what's on the landscape.