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Thread: Setting up a development team?
06-10-2009, 06:42 PM #1
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Setting up a development team?
Wasn't sure where to put this inquiry. Had thought of 2 other sub-forums, but settled on here.
I think of various levels of web design/ development. Well primarily 3 levels, based on size of site really.
I feel I could handle design for sites that are say 10 pages or less and fairly static, and could do so in reasonable time. I call this Web Design Level 1, or WD1.
Then there are sites that are perhaps bit more dynamic and say up to 25 pages (maybe more), and I see that as just beyond my current capabilities. I see this next level as WD2.
And then sites that are say at minimum 25 pages and could be 100's of pages are what I feel is WD3, or what more experienced / higher capability Development teams are working on.
I'm wondering what developers have to say about this? Also wondering where developers fit into this paradigm? I see it as 1 full time developer, at most, is needed for WD1 and WD2 work (maybe with idea of 1 to 2 part time support, depending on volume of orders) and that 2 or more (likely more) developers needed for the WD3 support.
I do very much desire to discuss this with others as it helps me wrap my mind around roles and functions for a development team.
P.S. If it matters, here is link to post that provides some idea of where I'm at, in general.
07-12-2009, 01:58 AM #2
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IMHO it depends on your projects. If you have a template for the standard websites (company image site, online store etc..) you will need 1 designer and 1 developer. If you work on custom complicated projects you will need a project leader, more developers, quality assurance and testers.
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