21NTC Session
IT

Workshop: Project Discovery for Website Redesigns

Description

Understanding the full scope of your project is critical to its success. The discovery phase is where your team gains this valuable insight. The right questions can reduce roadblocks, surprises, and ultimately budget when redesigning a website. This workshop will guide you through questions to help you define and achieve success for web-based projects in your organization. In this workshop we’ll walk through questions from these four topics:

  • Goals
  • Process
  • Data
  • Design and Development

We will highlight the key questions that help your team focus in on the details that facilitate success.

Even if you are already past an official discovery, this process is useful when applied to projects at any stage.


Session Type

60 minute workshop

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn the benefits of including and conducting a formal discovery process for websites.
  • Understand the risks associated with adjusting scope once a project is started.
  • Learn the types of requirements that put projects most at risk for going over budget.

Target Audience

Website product owners, project managers, website stakeholders, IT decision makers

Tags

ProcessProject ManagementWebsitesWorkshop

Speakers

Larry Walangitan

Senior Developer/Technical Product Manager

Chromatic

Larry been building web applications for startup, enterprise, and non-profit organizations for the past 10 years. He uses outcome driven product management methodologies to bridge the gap between business goals and technical requirements.

Larry enjoys sharing his expertise in Computer Science with high school students through TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) as a remote TA for a school in Birmingham, AL.

Outside of software and technology, Larry likes to spend his time volunteering with local racial equity and immigrant rights advocacy groups, refining his skills in the kitchen and spending time outside with his cattle dog Buca.

Details

Day

Thursday
March 25, 2021

Time

8:30am – 9:30am