This module discussed the six phases of the Web site development process, including the assigned roles, activities, and deliverables required
of a design team to complete a Web site development project. With an understanding of the overall process, the required deliverables, and the individual roles assigned to complete them, you should now
be able to:
- Identify the key elements of the Discovery phase
- Identify the key elements of the Definition phase
- Identify key success factors and risks of the Discovery and Definition phases
- Describe legal, ethical, and regulatory risks in the Definition phase
- Describe the documents created during the Design phase
- Describe the requirements Definition and the design and architecture specification
- Identify the key elements of the Development phase
- Identify the key elements of the Delivery phase
- Identify the key elements of the Post-delivery phase
In this module, you were introduced to the following glossary terms:
- Scalability: Scalability is the capability of a system, network, or process to handle a growing amount of work, or its potential to be enlarged to accommodate that growth
- Web metrics: These are metircs within a report to give you information with respect to your visitor traffic.
The next module is the course conclusion.