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This section contains 80+ must-have market trend reports, survey data, best practice guides and template files related to web project management. Trying to manage your web projects effectively? Download these reports to understand the common pitfalls in web project management and address key challenges.
Download this template Risk Response Plan for use in your own web projects. The Risk Response Plan captures the outputs of risk analysis, documenting the potential actions that could be taken, as well as the chosen course of action.
Download this template risk register spreadsheet for use in your own web projects. This template enables you to log and manage your risks throughout the life of the project.
Download this template Effort Estimate for use in your own web projects. Use this spreadsheet to list out each task and input three estimates of the man hours involved ranging from optimistic, to most likely, to pessimistic. The spreadsheet contains a formula which will output a weighted average, biased towards your most likely scenario.
Download this template for use in your own web projects to document your project team members and their availability during the lifetime of your project.
Download this template document. A WBS (Work Breakdown Structure) also called a Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) under the Prince2 methodology, is a way of organising all the products / deliverables within a project into their component parts, as part of the process of estimating work effort and assigning resource.
Download this template Content Audit spreadsheet for use in your own web projects. This template provides a framework for assessing, and documenting, each key page on your site and deciding which components are necessary to achieving the site’s goals and which are surplus.
How do you capture the requirements for a web project? Download this template and adapt it for your own use.
Download these template files and use and adapt for your own usability, information and design needs. This pack contains files on: Cardsorting, Contextual Enquiry, Scenarios, Usability Testing, Walkthrough
Download this template Statement of Work to use, and adapt, for your own web project. In traditional PMBOK project management the SOW (Statement of Work) is the document that authorises the project to commence.
Download this template Scope Statement for use in your own web projects. Once high level requirements have been gathered and a business case agreed the Scope Statement is sometimes used as a “baseline” agreement of exactly what is and isn’t included within the remit of the project.