SIGIA-L Mail Archives: [Sigia-l] My Toolbox is full...now what?
[Sigia-l] My Toolbox is full...now what?
Yes, such conceptual thinking and keeping on asking why is very recognizable
for me too. Actually, I think most of my time I spend on such thinking or
discussion activities. The actual designing and wireframing is done really
quick. Once I know what I want, it just takes a couple of days to work it
out in wireframes.
One thing I am still struggling with is the fact that many of our customers
are not 'ready' for a web project. Especially for the ones who do it for the
first or second time. It takes a lot of iterations to have the client
'realize' and agree that he needs to go in a certain direction. One aspect
that make this situation even worse is that such projects have very
high-level contracts. I mean, it has only been vaguely specified what the
scope of the project is because the client simply does know well enough what
he wants. The only thing that is ALWAYS clear is what the budget is...
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alexander Johannesen [mailto:alexander.johannesen_at_gmail.com]
> To me, it has been to ask very basic questions about large
> things with repeated finer granularity, hence getting to the
> core of things and then being able to simplify and refine
> things better. In the end as we simplify and cut away complex
> fat, a lot of the tools and methods we use to control very
> complex things becomes less important.
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