FREMONT, Calif., Sept. 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Web Diva Wisdom: How to Find, Hire, and Partner with the Right Web Designer for You, by Lisa Stambaugh, is now available in paperback and Kindle formats on Amazon. This book shares tips and guidelines enabling individuals and organizations to select the right web designer for their needs, allowing that designer to work more efficiently on their behalf, and helping them collaborate to develop the best website showcasing their services and products. Readers learn how to control project cost, reduce errors, avoid rework, minimize frustration, shorten the launch timeline, and create the optimal website meeting their goals of budget, schedule, and functionality.
This compilation of exercises, checklists, and real-life stories will prove helpful to anyone working with a professional web designer. This comprehensive handbook is the only one of its kind: few freelance web designers have the broad and deep experience necessary to write it – and many are reluctant to share information that will reduce client spending.
Readers express enthusiasm for the ease of use and ability to quickly pick up valuable tips that can be put into practice immediately, in a project at any stage of design, development or maintenance. Amazon readers say: "Great tips about ways to be more concise, creative, and direct while working with your web designer," "This book makes a potentially complicated process a simple one," and "This book not only provided the overview I needed, but also got into specifics as to how to organize my own thinking and prepare for interviews with potential web design partners."
Lisa Stambaugh has been a freelance Web Diva® for more than 15 years. During that time she has designed and implemented over 525 websites. After observing pervasive time- and money-wasting client behavior and rescuing projects left incomplete by unqualified designers, she set out to educate the public about effectively managing the process to their advantage.
Previously she held management positions in engineering, quality, and information technology. She holds a BS in electrical engineering from UC San Diego, and an MS in computer science from Stanford. http://collectivediscovery.com is her online studio and sandbox.
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