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Buyer's Guide to Web Projects

Independent advice in planning and buying web projects.

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Project planning

To support project planning we make feasibility studies in which we map out the company’s web strategy and business goals, plan the content and timeline of the project and assess the necessary tools and costs for the website. The final results of the feasibility study support management in decision-making at the beginning of the project, and also provide them with a road map for long-term development of services.

Concept design done right

October 1, 2013

Ida Aalen gave an excellent presentation about concept design process at the CS Forum 2013 few weeks ago that should really be mandatory reading for every concept designer and content strategist.

Since everyone couldn’t be at the CS forum, we’ve attached the slides of the presentation and some key highlights from the case study for you to see for yourself. Of course there are thousands of somewhat similar presentations around the internet, but this presentation works nicely as a stand-alone learning material with great visuals and real-life images from the workshops. Continue reading “Concept design done right”

Project story: Making a giant public sector website using agile

Jun 10, 2013

Kela.fi is the website of the governmental agency in charge of social security programs in Finland. The website touches the life of practically every Finn: last year 19 million visitors accessed some 7000 pages of content and 1000 attachments. This agile 400k euro IT project involving around half a dozen external partners moved the website onto an up-to-date technical platform. A key usability aim was to introduce a responsive HTML5 based user interface (UI) suited for increasing tablet and mobile use of the site. The wide, multifaceted group of partners that joined forces to bring the project to fruition can be considered a speciality.
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Preparing for a successful web project

Oct 23, 2012

The fundamental requirement for a successful web project is that the project is in line with the organisation’s business goals.

A web project involves the needs of the end-users and the business, new ideas and various limitations and boundaries. At the beginning of the project it is not always clear what problems, challenges and needs the new website must address, and how new ideas could help find solutions.
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