Tutorials – Learning Composr

Maintaining a good agency relationship
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How to be a good client and not drive your web designer insane.
1st July 2011
Auxillary Doc; Difficulty: Novice

Choosing a software company for your project
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Advice on how to pick a suitable developer for your project.
1st July 2011
Auxillary Doc; Difficulty: Novice

Minimum Viable Products
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The importance of simplifying and aligning requirements, in order to kickstart a seemingly complex project.
by Chris
1st July 2011
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How to approach complex projects

A sensible process for deciding how to approach complex web projects.
1st July 2011
Auxillary Doc; Difficulty: Novice

Project Management

Advice for managing projects correctly from the start, for both agencies and clients.
1st July 2011
Auxillary Doc; Difficulty: Novice

Learn to embrace irrational behaviour in your customers

A marketing primer: recognising the impatience of the modern customer.
1st July 2011
Auxillary Doc; Difficulty: Novice

Feedback methods that don't lead you down the garden path

A look at how users do and do not report feedback, and how this should affect your decision making.
1st July 2011
Auxillary Doc; Difficulty: Novice

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