gparthemore's picture

What's My Password Again?

One of the biggest complaints about the internet is the need for so many logins. Every website or service you use, every forum you post too, everything that uniquely identifies your activity on the web requires a username and password. Keeping track of all your passwords and usernames can be hard. Especially when some require long combinations of letters, numbers uppercase, lowercase, and special characters.

asantiago's picture

Taming Scope Creep

Scope creep (also called requirement creep, function creep and feature creep) in project management refers to uncontrolled changes or continuous growth in a project's scope.  This can occur when the scope of a project is not properly defined, documented, or controlled.  Although scope creep can lead to advancements in the robustness of an application, It is generally considered harmful.  Scope creep typically results in clients wanting to add features without wanting to add resources or fund addtional development.

Sadly, many web projects end up going something like this:

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The 3 Things Your Website Should Do

Over the years, no matter what the project, I always find myself asking the same question to clients. What do you want your site to do? It’s not complicated question. It’s not even that long of a question. But the answer to it eludes most of the people who are asked it. There are the standard answers like “explain what our business does,” “provide more information about our products,” and the best one “sell stuff.”