Digital is central to building brand awareness in order to achieve the project objectives, various steps have to be undertaken. Examine, and if necessary refine, how the work is to be approached based on the overall direction given in the Project Brief, particularly within the Business Case.
Identify any constraints on time, money, quality and resource use or availability. Any industry standard that should apply to the project’s products, activities and or best practice. Investigate any security constraints that apply and look into the current thinking within the industry and apply these principles sparingly.
Post-project reviews tend to occur outside the project. The main aim is to review the benefits achieved by the project’s products. Normally many products need time in use before the achievement of their expected benefits can be measured. Where a project is part of a programme, the project may simply contribute to the realisation of programme-level benefits.
Digital Project Manager
- Workstreams: Online, social media, press and experiential campaign, timescales, schedule, team structure, budget, quality, and client communication.
- Pipeline: PID, timings, status reports, risk assessment plans, change requests, resource requests. QA, UAT, Testing
- Projectstreams:Basecamp/Visio/MSP/Excel/Flash/Kiosk Build/Facebook/ Microsite/JIRA/.NET framework/Umbraco CMS
- Launch: January 2011
- URL: http://www.gculondon.ac.uk/