How to Plan a Web Project
Tech for Non-Technical Entrepreneurs
Wed, Jul 11, 2018 | 9:30 – 11am MST
What the event was
Are you looking to expand your web presence, or develop a new application for web or mobile? We’ll cover the process from start to finish – the decisions you need to make about team and technology and testing, budget and development costs, and how to build a user-base without relying on “viral” mysticism. After providing an overview of the basics, we’ll open it up for questions. What do you want to know, from a web-product expert in the field?
How guests were empowered
- Strategies to communicate with web developers.
- Techniques to build a user-base.
- How to get user feedback without breaking the bank.
- What to expect when hiring freelancers, agencies, and offshore developers.
- How web projects are estimated.
Switchboard Networking Boutique
1975 W 120th Ave #800, Westminster, CO 80234
Who is this Miriam Suzanne?
Miriam is a writer, performer, musician, designer, and web developer – working with OddBird, Teacup Gorilla, Grapefruit Lab, and CSS Tricks. She’s the author of Riding SideSaddle* and The Post-Obsolete Book, co-author of Jump Start Sass, and creator of the Susy and True open-source toolkits. Miriam also speaks about creative process and software engineering at conferences around the world.
Why should I trust Miriam?
Miriam has 3,000 Twitter followers that she regularly interacts with. OddBird as a company has an additional 430 followers on Twitter. Glad to announce this talk on those Twitter pages.
OddBird is also part of 8 tech and entrepreneur Slack channels. We will promote the talk on those platforms.
Sondra attends the Denver 1 Million Cups meetup group and will announce the talk there.
Sondra has over 500 connections on LinkedIn and will promote the talk there as well as OddBird’s LinkedIn page.
We also have healthy traffic to OddBird.net and will post a talk announcement on our Speaking & Training page as well as the dedicated Planning Your Web Project page.