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Web Development Protocol Standards / Maintenance Procedures

From: Maddux, Corey - CPXI <CMaddux@TSResources.com>
Date: Mon, 2 Aug 1999 13:45:36 -0500
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To: www-lib@w3.org
While I realize it varies from company to company, can anyone point me in
the right direction for developing documentation of Web Development Protocol
Standards / Maintenance Procedures and Corporate Intranet infrastructure by
identifying Design Standards?

Our Intranet has evolved as a patchy, confusing set of pages, some
well-designed, others inoperable, and all exist as parts of a dysfunctional
system. Our lack of design standards also limits Intranet use by imposing
complex design decisions on new or inexperienced users. Without reasonable,
consistent design standards our Intranet user suffers in confusion, lost
productivity, and lost opportunity to fully benefit from the promise of
Intranet technologies.

I would greatly appreciate any resources or references you may have to
offer.

Thank you, 

Corey Maddux
Junior Web Master
TeleService Resources
817-355-6833
cmaddux@tsresources.com <mailto:cmaddux@tsresources.com> 
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