Does your client know how far along in the project you are? Take a cue from this presentation to let the client understand your progress as well as your and his next step.
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How do you show a potential client the ways an Internet site could be made better? Use this informative, clever presentation that showcases improvements a consultant could make.
What kind of foot in the door do you need for an Internet project? This kind!
Here is an example of a complete web site development project plan, from Requirements Planning (Discovery) through Deployment.
A comprehensive design specification for an application driver program.
The key to making your application usable is a standardized, well-designed graphical user interface (GUI). This example defines GUI design standards and guidelines for an application built with Oracle Forms 5.0.
Is your client looking to you to suggest a third-party host for his website? This sample report can give you a start on how to compare hosts and features offered.
Does your project team and your client know what the project milestones should look like? Describe the progressive milestones and their relationship to the rest of the project, as in this example of the design phase of an application development project.
Your Oracle code may do the job, but is it intelligible? Reusable? Use these standards to make coding simpler and easier to debug, which results in quicker programming for your team and the gift of reusability for future teams.
Weak links in your testing could mean project failure. Make sure you know what to test and when.