New Issue of Digital Web Magazine
April 13, 2005 at 11:46 PM
Those of us working in small Web design studios (sometimes studios of one) are jacks-of-all-trades striving to become well-rounded Web craftsmen. We're business development specialists, information architects, designers, developers, usability specialists and bill collectors all rolled into one. This week, contributing author Karen Morrill-McClure brings us a great article on setting site goals to help bring clarity to the sites you design for the benefit of your clients, their customers and ultimately your bottom line.
It's always good to hear another point of view on putting together Web projects. It has become a role that encompasses many skills and a range of knowledge. Great article, with real-life examples that always get through to me, imagining dealing with specific issues and problems.