Past Meetup

How to Plan a Web Project: Tech for Non-Technical Entrepreneurs

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Every 2nd Wednesday of the month

Price: $9.50 /per person
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(Boost Biz Ed connects street brilliance of accomplished biz experts with eagerness of biz owners & pros to increase impact small biz has on the world. We call it actionable education -- fuel for immediate biz improvement. We attract "action heroes" twice monthly to sites in Denver, Oregon & San Diego.)

*How to Plan a Web Project: Tech for Non-Technical Entrepreneurs*


Are you looking to expand your web presence, or develop a new application for web or mobile? We'll cover the process from start to finish - the decisions you need to make about team and technology and testing, budget and development costs, and how to build a user-base without relying on "viral" mysticism. After providing an overview of the basics, we'll open it up for questions. What do you want to know, from a web-product expert in the field?

*Action Points*
- Strategies to communicate with web developers.
- Techniques to build a user-base.
- How to get user feedback without breaking the bank.
- What to expect when hiring freelancers, agencies, and offshore developers.
- How web projects are estimated.

*About Miriam Suzanne*
Miriam is a writer, performer, musician, designer, and web developer – working with OddBird, Teacup Gorilla, Grapefruit Lab, and CSS Tricks. She’s the author of Riding SideSaddle* and The Post-Obsolete Book, co-author of Jump Start Sass, and creator of the Susy and True open-source toolkits. Miriam also speaks about creative process and software engineering at conferences around the world.

*Event Allies*
Without dedicated allies, these events would not happen.

Venue: Switchboard Networking Boutique
Emcee Ally: Paul Soucek, Team National
Coordinator Ally: Connie Kercher, Switchboard Networking Boutique
Media Ally: Ben Brown, Photobooth Capture