I’ve noticed that we make a lot of suggestions and requests for all kinds of site functions, from entry organization to forum divitions. Now that I think about it, though, I the same response from the admis. Either, “That’s a good idea” or “We’re already working on that”. So really, our ideas are good, but most of them have already been thought of by the brains behind the scenes (or in front of them, it depends). Do I have a request right now? No. I mean, there are ideas currently floating around in my head, but that’s not what this post is about.
My real question: How is site planning worked out? Do you lean towards lots of little changes, or big updates? Do you look out for small problems as you go, do you plan and organize major updates, or a little of both? What aspects of the site do you prioritize? Do you work in single as-long-as-possible sittings, or do you try to keep work frequent and brief? When you sit down to work, how do you organize your working time?
Okay, I counted. Six question marks. Sue me. Also, maybe this is the kind of stuff that you don’t want to tell us, like it’s super secret. Or not, and no one has asked yet. Why would it be a secret? I have no idea. You never know.
And why do I even bother asking? Well I just like knowledge. Hell, I practically feed on it. Also, I’m interested in web design. That’s not to say that I’m incredibly good at it, but it intrigues me. Besides, knowing how the tech on this site goes down can help others make more awesome suggestions that you’ve already thought of because you can READ OUR MINDS!
Thanks for reading. What happens next? You decide.