The fun way to build a website specification document

Episode 245 - Featuring Andre Gagnon

December 18, 2019

The fun way to build a website specification document

Without a website specification document you are running the risk of a big fall out with your client. Everyone needs to agree on what will be built, the timeline and the cost. Without these projects can often breakdown or become unprofitable. The problem is, creating a specification document is super boring, and it’s difficult to make sure you’ve covered everything.

We flip the script today, and Andre from Project Huddle interviews Lee on their unique premium website specification service that turns a boring document into a fun story that everyone can get involved with.


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Episode 78: Done is better than perfect – click here

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One Comment

  • What an amazing podcast. I thoroughly enjoyed this topic. Seeing how another agency is approaching discovery is super powerful. You’ve provided several good nuggets of information here which I plan to implement.


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