A presentation at a local Google I/O conference resonated with C2 User Experience Designer Matt Smith, who provides three takeaways for creating a framework for success within any project.
Managing client perceptions and expectations is the foundation to leading any successful project. Sounds simple, right? The reality is when a client is under extreme pressure to get a new site launched by a quickly approaching deadline, communication is not always clear cut or straightforward. So, what is the best way to keep the lines of communication open with a client while managing a complex project under tight deadlines? My answer: a status report.
Part of my role at The C2 Group is to manage the process we use for doing what we do, specifically how to turn out work to our clients faster and with better quality. The problem is that our work comes in all shapes, sizes, and severities. When not well managed, it all tends to collide.
Humminbird and Jetboil are two outdoor brands, both part of the Johnson Outdoors family, but with very different products, customers, marketing strategies and business initiatives. Both Humminbird and Jetboil engaged The C2 Group to redesign and develop their websites while keeping two major requirements in mind.