The Finish Line & Retrospective

Jose, Jacob, Aure, plus Tony meet about close out the 6 week sprint to redesign the ThisWeekIn webpage redesign. Tony leads the team to a retrospective found on the final shape, and also guide you from the conversation of what worked, what didn’t, and just how he might enhance the task upcoming time. Should you enjoyed some of the past shows, this really is the 1 to tune inside for plus add the comments plus issues.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

This week, Jose welcomes partner at Digital Boutique Bad Assmbly, Scott Baggett. The 2 discuss what it takes to begin from scratch plus marketplace a full site. For more shows along with a full schedule, see

14 thoughts on “The Finish Line & Retrospective

  1. Thank you for watching. Much appreciated. We are going to be doing some cool stuff this year with the show and Groop Skool.

  2. Great ep…! I would love to learn more about Agile and Scrum from a personal stand point. If Tony is selling or The Groop Skool is selling I’m in…Also I would like to see the finished product of the site so please do more sprints.

  3. Thank you for such a nice video! Set up your ecommerce business for free with our Easy Help Zen Cart Tutorials and our Free Zen Cart Templates.

  4. A simple technique that someone shared with me is the following. Take the yearly salary that you should be making. You can find this by googling “AIGA Salary Survey” or your role eg. Developer. And divide it by 12. Example if you want to make $50,000 per year (AND you are designing and coding a website yourself then) it is $4,166.66 per month. If you estimate that it takes you 1 month to do a website then add 50% or $2,083.00 to the $4,166.66 and you got your estimate. Does that help?

  5. This is a HUGE question. And yes an episode is due. I will do it. BUT to help you NOW – this is what Jeff Dachis (my old boss) told me. 1. “The Graphic Designer’s Guide to Estimating & Budgeting” 2. Graphic Artists Guild Handbook: Pricing & Ethical Guidelines Neither of these are for tech – but they offer ranges for websites.

  6. I know that is somewhat of a difficult question as it is somewhat subjective and will depend on the freelancers skills, speed, if he has a team etc. But if you could please break it down as best you can I think that would make for an amazing episode.

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