At Webmobyle, effective project management is the cornerstone to timely project deliverables and effective execution. I believe that the best outcome from a project can only arise when the lines between the client and the developer are blurred and their collaboration is seamless and complimentary. To realise this aspiration, I make use of the Trello collaboration platform.
Trello is a collaboration tool that organizes projects and ideas into boards, lists and cards. In one glance, Trello tells you what's being worked on, who's working on what, and where something is in a process. The workflow with Trello is designed to allow clients insights into the design and development process by inviting them to boards for an ongoing project. If the client wishes, they may invite other stakeholders to participate in the project process. This active participation allows for constant feedback which results in a great finished product.
The workflow is as outlined below;
- A board and cards are created for a project by the developer
- The client is invited to the board to participate in the project process
- If the client wishes, they may invite other stakeholders to the board
Trello provides a central location from which the project can be managed and reduces the reliance on email. All project tasks, such as file and content submission can be managed on the platform.
To learn more about Trello, Visit the Trello Documentation pages.