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    Website Freature Planning

    Hiya! ,

    I'm currently planning a huge website, which I guarantee will have a huge impact on the way people do some things.

    What's the best way to plan out the features and designs/pages of a website. I can't keep my ideas in my head (It's driving me nuts ), I need to get them down on paper. What methods should I use?

    Please let me know, or move this project if you think this post would receive better response!

    I need help. ASAP!

    F.Danials
    Last edited by F.Danials; Oct 18, 2008 at 07:13.

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    Then put them in writing. It's better for you to list things while searching over the net.

    First off, have you thought of those features you want for your site?

    If so, take into considerations the design and development part. What softwares are you going to use for the development? will you use customized ones or purchase third party applications?

    Are you that skilled to work on your own or planning to hire some people to do it for you?

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    Thanks for the reply D3niss3,

    Working alone shouldn't be a problem - It's just the case of knowing where to start.
    How would eBay for instance plan out their site? (ie Features + Design)

    You advice is very much appreciated!


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    I write it down. Pen and paper are a must for me. If after that I may use some project software to get the timing right, although most of the time, thunderbird is more than enough (I have the lightning extension, so it works pretty much like outlook, and it has a task manager where you can indicate the timings and the % of the task done)

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    Wow... I love this neologism: "Website Freatures" - could be, avatar widgets or something....
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