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– Web Design – Live Website Redesign: Estimating, Planning, and Tracking

Sponsored by Hiscox – hiscoxusa.com Jose and Aure share best practices in estimation, planning and keeping web projects on track. 0:00 Welcome to TWi Web Design with Aure Gimon, Xin Chung, & Victoria Heric 3:45 Xin Chung talks about his background 5:00 Jose talks about the benefits of having a talented producer that can provide transparency to your clients as they manage projects. 7:23 What are the differences between working as a producer within agile development and working as a producer within an agency model? 10:13 The panel discuss producer Best Practices, arguing the benefits of products like Basecamp and Google Docs. 15:20 Jose asks Victoria how she handles the fast pace of an agency environment that involves complicated scheduling and intense dependencies? 17:10 So are you all agile? 19:14 The benefits of documenting a project in case something goes sideways. 20:26 Hiscox is incredible for small business! www.hiscoxusa.com/smallbiz 22:59 Project Managers versus Producers – what’s the difference? 27:01 Who should have creative input? 28:37 Jose and Aure have had both titles, what’s best for the client? 30:07 Creative Technical Producers? 32:01 Game design is not web development! 33:10 The confusion around job title prefixes. 33:59 A user asks for advice around asset management. 37:26 Jose predicts Google Plus will kill Basecamp! 38:11 Jose demonstrates PB Works infrastructure 39:15 Xin talks the challenge of keeping game development in order. 40:45 To Gantt charts

LDS Church unveils Phoenix temple redesign

LDS Church unveils Phoenix temple redesign
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Tuesday unveiled a redesign of its Phoenix temple featuring a lower and wider building than the original plan.
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Area Church Briefs
First Christian Church Disciples of Christ in Cameron invites the public to help welcome its new pastor, Karl Thames, and his wife, Sharon.
Read more on The Cameron Herald

LDS church opens third meetinghouse in Surprise
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has completed construction of a meetinghouse that will serve nearly 1,100 of its members who reside in Surprise. This will be the third meetinghouse built by the church in Surprise.
Read more on The Arizona Republic