Building.org: a manager’s guide to creating successful websites for international organisations

Building.org walks the reader through the decision-making process involved in creating a website: Should development of the website be outsourced or done in-house? What staff should be hired? How should the project be managed, and which department should be in charge? Building.org introduces the reader to each step, from defining goals to choosing the right technology, working with content, and obtaining and analysing user feedback.
Resource type
Author
Year
File
Books
Igor Nuk
2002

Contents

  1. Where does the website belong?
  2. Defining goals and priorities
  3. Key factors for success
  4. Getting the rights skills on board
  5. System architecture
  6. Concept and corporate image
  7. Managing the website
  8. Evaluating your success
  9. A success story

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