Sitespring for Web Team Collaboration : A Practical Guide to Web Site Project Management
Macromedia Sitespring is a flexible Web-based application for managing all aspects of the Web site production process, and was created to facilitate communication between an entire Web production team - designers, developers, engineers, editorial personnel, managers and, most importantly, the client. Sitespring offers an integrated, file-server-based approach to team collaboration, file management and client communications. With this text, systems adminstrators should gain understanding of the install process, administrating Sitespring and how to configure their server in different ways to streamline their team's workflow. Non-technical team members should gain a better understanding of how to use Sitespring effectively and to its full capacities. Project managers should learn how to quickly create project sites and interact with clients within the team's normal workflow. Web developers should also benefit from the detailed information for customizing their client project site templates.
- Paperback | 408 pages
- 185.42 x 231.14 x 27.94mm | 657.71g
- 15 Jan 2002
- John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
- Foster City, United States
About Ben Oldham
Monique Daley is the director of Web development at KDG InterActive, a company that creates e-business, e-learning, and e-marketing solutions. She and her team developed the Pinnacle and Katmai project site templates for Sitespring. Anthony Amidei is the co-owner and interactive design director of Perimetre-Flux, which has developed interactive media for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and Sony, among other clients. He designed the Lassen and Presidio project site templates for Sitespring. Ben Oldham is the systems and networking administrator at B-Swing, a Web development firm whose clients include E*Trade, NetRadio.com, and American Standard. B-Swing developed the Yukon and Cypress project templates.