As the writers of Web Redesign: Workflow that Works know, anyone who has managed the process of developing or redesigning a Web site of significant size will likely have learned the hard way the complexities, pitfalls and cost risk of such an undertaking. While many Web-development firms have fantastic technical expertise, what sets the top-notch organisations apart is the ability to accurately manage the planning and development process. Web Redesign: Workflow that Works directly addresses this crucial area with a specific, proven process.
This brief but important book lays out a specific five-step strategy--called the Core Process--that can always be applied to the development of Web sites and fine tuned to almost any type of project. Each step--defining the project; developing site structure; visual design and testing; production and QA; and launch and beyond--contain three related but distinct tracks. The text begins with a brief overview of each of the steps, then delves deeper into each with detailed explanations as well as specific forms and project management strategies. This book does not cover back-end server side programming. Instead, it focuses primarily on the visual conventional components of a Web site.
Authors Kelly Goto and Emily Cotler compiled this book in an attractive, easy to read format. This process guide uses numerous full-colour screen shots to illustrate site examples, as well as plenty of site diagrams and sample forms. The book even has a companion Web site with downloadable forms in PDF format to put the Core Process into immediate action. --Stephen W Plain
What a triumph this book is! Clear, comprehensive, gorgeous, and packed with insights I haven't seen anywhere else. -- Jim Heid, Thunderlizard ProductionsSee all Product Description
This book is a great tool to use. I am using it through my first redesign, and it is wonderful!Published on June 27 2011 by SG
I almost didn't buy this book because of the title. I thought this book was about redesigning websites to look "web 2. Read morePublished on April 30 2009 by Marie Poulin
I bought this book so that it would help me understand the process of Information Architecture workflow and how it relates to the overall webdesign project. Read morePublished on April 23 2006
For me whose a little time to read, this book is useless. Too crowded and too many theories.Published on May 4 2004 by Monika
This book is great for guiding people through the process of designing and launching a web site. I recommend it to designers, project managers and business people about to spend a... Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by J3rry
The collective experience and wisdom contained in this book will save even the most seasoned web developer many hours of downstream pain. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2004 by Scott McCrindle
A great book for any web professional. It goes into detail about managing projects. Myself being a web freelancer, I found the book very helpful. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2004 by VW
This was one of the most enjoyable and beneficial web books I have ever read. The book is well written, nicely laid out visually and technically, includes great case studies, full... Read morePublished on May 19 2003 by Luke Artiaga
This book wow opened my eyes like never before! This is a must have for people that are either already in the business or getting started! Read morePublished on April 25 2003 by "azulito_nyc"