Identifying Web Site Requirements

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Summary:

Identifying the requirements of what you should build is the hardest part of the design process. It is also what separates excellent web shops from average ones. The methods they use and the time they take before a single line of code is written or a single design concept is applied, are what make the difference. Read on for some very insightful and useful analysis of the question, "What should we build? And why?"

Identifying the requirements of what you should build is the hardest part of the design process. It is also what separates excellent web shops from average ones. The methods they use and the time they take before a single line of code is written or a single design concept is applied, are what make the difference. Read on for some very insightful and useful analysis of the question, "What should we build? And why?"

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First appeared in STC’s INTERCOM Magazine, Vol. 48, No. 6, June 2001
 

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Kathryn Summers's picture Kathryn Summers

Written by Kathryn Summers and Michael Summers and reprinted with permission from INTERCOM, the magazine of the Society for Technical Communication (STC).

About the author

Michael Summers's picture Michael Summers

Written by Kathryn Summers and Michael Summers and reprinted with permission from INTERCOM, the magazine of the Society for Technical Communication (STC).

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