Website Case Studies should offer the reader a more in depth look at how a website is created. Not just code, but more importantly, the problem, solution and story on how they got there.
Some of the points we look for in a Website Case Study include:
- Summarize the challenge faced by previous website (or lack thereof)
- State consequences of not correcting issues
- State the benefits of corrective action (monetary, efficiency, etc.)
- Summarize the project objective
- Who was involved in planning in both the organization and developer team?
- How were decisions made about what solutions / extensions / services were needed?
- How were particular solutions / extensions / services compared and chosen?
- What extensions / services were chosen
- What factors influenced that decision
- Timeframe involved
- What was the effect on personnel, workloads, process flow, financials, etc.?
- In hindsight, would a different solution have worked any better or would you have done anything differently?
- Did the solution produce the expected outcome?
- Recommendations for your peers based on the outcome of this case study.
- At least 2-3 Screenshots including Homepage + 1-3 Sub Pages
- if available: charts, statistics, etc.
with as much information as possible about the site.