• http://www.search-engine-academy-washington-dc.com Nancy E. Wigal

    Great compilation for website requirements. I did requirements docs all the time as a U.S. Federal employee, and while they didn’t completely eliminate “requirements creep,” they certainly served as a reminder to be sane.

    It’s also a great idea to bring in Infrastructure Architecture experts, and document, at least as a baseline, how to organize and manage web page content.

    Thanks so much for putting this together!

  • http://www.netsprinter.com/blog lyena

    This is a very helpful article, Kim. So frequently projects are done without good overview and integration with other marketing activities. Nobody asks, “Why are we doing this?”. Requirements documents help keep us focused on what’s important. Your suggestions to include more relevant information to get the fundamentals right are great!

  • Kim Krause Berg

    Thanks~ Requirements can be complicated, especially when traceability is performed. Nevertheless, they are the best defense for web designers and project managers and perfect tool for anyone who wants to be organized.