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Re: process of a site development

From: Al Gilman <asgilman@iamdigex.net>
Date: Wed, 31 Jan 2001 09:51:06 -0500
Message-Id: <Version.32.20010131091929.0472de50@pop.iamdigex.net>
To: "Matt May" <mcmay@bestkungfu.com>
Cc: "Robert Neff" <rneff@bbnow.net>, "Lisa Seeman" <seeman@netvision.net.il>, "WAI" <w3c-wai-gl@w3.org>
Please don't fail to make a valuable contribution that only you can make, just
because it is not the whole solution to the whole problem.  This is why we
organize Working Groups.

There is an analysis/synthesis process analogous to object oriented design
can right-size the map of activities for different scales of site development.

This requires input in the form of working examples at different scales.  You
are not saying "This is what you have to do."  You are saying "This is what
works for us."  Just tell what you know.  You are not obliged to solve the
whole problem.


At 09:15 PM 2001-01-30 -0800, Kynn Bartlett wrote:
>At 11:03 AM 1/26/2001 , Matt May wrote:
>>- I'm reluctant to put down too much practical (specifically, large
>>team-oriented) information into a flow such as this, because it would look
>>daunting to smaller design teams ("you must be THIS BIG to make an
>>accessible site"). One person can design something that's accessible, and
>>I'd hate to scare that one person off by saying s/he needs to hire an
>>information architect, development resources, QA, project managers, and
>>usability consultants, and buy a content management system, automated
>>testing suite, and four staging servers in order to make myquiltingpage.com
>I second everything Matt said.
>Nothing more to add.
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