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Scope Creep | 5 Tips for a Successful Web Project, Part I
August 6, 2015
As a business owner, engaging a provider to create a new website, design a web app, or make modifications to your existing site can be both exciting and and overwhelming. Site owners can help their projects run more smoothly by keeping the following 5 things in mind:
Today, we are going to talk about a big one: Scope Creep
At Built Mighty, when we provide scope and design documents, the information in those documents goes hand-in-hand with providing a blueprint for what our team will deliver, as well as the cost and time required for those deliverables. However, a feature set can morph over time. When clients suggest new ideas, that means adjusting the scope of the project with a Change Order. Every time a client requests a change, the following events might occur:
How do you keep scope creep out of your project?
Limiting changes during a project means that your development team is more likely to deliver your project on time and maybe even under budget.
Next post in this series: Writing Your Own Content Might be Harder Than You Think
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