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Three Phase Web Site Consolidation & Modernization PROPOSAL College of Health & Human Services San Diego State University. Company Intro, Client. Project Analysis. Problem: CHHS exists as 6 disparate web sites

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Three Phase Web Site Consolidation & ModernizationPROPOSALCollege of Health & Human ServicesSan Diego State University

project analysis
Project Analysis
  • Problem:
    • CHHS exists as 6 disparate web sites
    • No Interactive Capabilities- No Central Campus Support for dynamic web development. Faculty want interactive functions
    • Poor Impression of the College to Current and Prospective Students
solution implementation plan
Solution / Implementation Plan
  • Phase I:
      • Impose Single Modern Design across all sites
        • Sample Designs- Approval- Implement - Test
  • Phase II:
      • Build and Maintain In-House Web Applications Server
        • Acquire HW,SW, Configure, DNS, Test, Procedures…
  • Phase III:
      • Build and Host Custom Web Applications
        • Scoping, Rapid Protyping
return on investment analysis
Return on Investment Analysis
  • Expected Costs
    • Phases I & II: labor + hardware + software = $13,000
    • Phase III: variable
  • Expected Benefits
    • Faculty satisfaction with appearance and functionality
    • Appeal to current and prospective students -> increased enrollment -> increased funding from the university
    • Direct revenue
feasibility analysis
Feasibility Analysis
  • Technically Feasible
    • Apache, MySQL, PHP- Existing ‘best practices’
  • Economically Feasible
    • Phases I & II: labor + hardware + software = $13,000
  • Operationally Feasible
    • I’ve done most of this before
fun stuff
Fun Stuff
  • Deliverables-
    • PHASE I: 6 Unified & Updated Web Sites
    • PHASE II: Managed Web Applications Server
    • PHASE III: Custom Web Applications
    • Documentation
    • Ongoing Support
  • Measures of Sucess-
    • Finish On Schedule within Budget
    • No Broken Links
    • Uptime/Downtime
    • Positive Feedback
    • Increased Revenue (registrations and enrollment)
current status
Current Status
  • Started Phase I in July
  • Mid-September:

Implemented New Design, Finished Building Server, Start Custom Application Development

  • On track- About to get the New Design Approved
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