Hello, and welcome to Code Time. My name is Trevor Greenleaf. And in this series, we're going to be talking about fast-tracking a website project. This is going to break down the process that you could use to quickly create a website from a brief, all the way to a prototype. This isn't a holistic approach. This is a really fast process that I use with my clients and I teach my students so that they can go from an idea or a brief to a prototype in a very, very short amount of time.
Now, there are many different processes out there for creating websites and web applications. And there are many different steps that you can go and take to do that. By no means does this replace that or say that this is better than that. This is a process that I use when the client maybe doesn't have the biggest budget and we need to go really fast.
And so, what is this going to be? What's this involved with? This is from a brief to creating user stories, to apply a Moscow methodology to it. We'll then take back our user stories and we'll create a site map or a flow chart. Then, we'll create a wireframe, a couple of mood boards, and then, a design and then, our final mock-ups.
And so is there sort of planning and designing of creating a website and we'll take you through the processes of doing that. So, if you don't know what those things are, what user stories are, what Moscow is, what site maps and wireframes are, don't worry. We're going to break it down. We're going to break it down really quick because I know you probably don't have too much time and you need to make it happen very quickly.
All right. With that, let's jump in.