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Skip the "Add New" dialog page on Page Tree and elsewhere and go directly to the resulting page that shows all page fields right away. Page creation is now improving from being a two-step to becoming a one-step process.
When only one Template can be selected: Skip the intermediate "Add New" dialog page by adding a GUID or other temporary page name that is later renamed. Show the final editing page so user can start editing all fields right away On Save: Page name is renamed with title When multiple Templates can be selected: Ask user to select Template on clicking New (before leaving the Tree Page). Then use the "one Template" flow above. (I am aware why the Page Name is needed.)
As the question says, I'd really like to learn about your initial client communication workflows. In other words, what's your process like from the moment you get a request to provide a quote for a website to the moment you actually send the quote?
My current workflow:
A client fills out the contact form on my site to request a quote. I review the information provided and send them a Word document questionnaire with a list of questions. I ask for things like project scope, features needed, desired timeline, allocated budget, etc. They fill out the document and send it back to me. I review the information provided and make sure I've got everything I need. I write and send the quote to the client. Client accepts the quote. I send them a contract, get it signed and collect 50% of total payment. I gather some extra information from them, usually just by asking questions via email or by sending them another Word document questionnaire. I start building their site. Lately, I've been thinking about changing this workflow a bit. Currently, my online contact form has three fields: name, email and message. What I'm thinking is, what if I provide a select toggle above my form so that clients can choose between a simple, general enquiries form and a larger form (with all the questions I've got in my Word document) to request a quote? This would allow me to do away with the Word document, and would make this a one-step process.
The reason why I haven't done this so far is because I'm not sure how good of an idea it is to have a long contact form with say, 10-15 questions. What's your take on this?
Another thing I'm not entirely happy with is having to send them two questionnaires (steps 2 and 8). The reason why I do this is because I don't want to overwhelm them with lots of questions at the beginning, and also because, to be honest, the questions I ask in the 2nd questionnaire do not really influence pricing, as they have more to do with the nature of their business, their goals with the new site, possible corporate colours they may have, things like that.
What do you guys think? Does my workflow seem sensible to you? Is it similar to what you do? What would you change?
Thanks, and sorry for the brick!
P.S. If some of you guys are willing to share your client questionnaires I would certainly appreciate it.
we started our first Processwire driven project in my new company and for the first time, I was working on one site with more than 2 colleagues on the same site.
It didn't take long for us to stumble across some problems when multiple developers work at the same time, conflicts with updating the database on vagrant machines, like duplicate entries for page IDs, errors when setting up fields and stuff like this. We ended up working on a dedicated database server, that we linked to our vagrant machines and most of the problems were gone, but the performance of this constellation is really bad compared to our first approach with database running on vagrant machines.
I already tried to find a solution in the forums but I couldn't find anyone with problems like this.
So I was wondering: how do you manage projects with multiple developers on vagrant machines in a git-based workflow?
By Hector Nguyen
I didn't play much with ProcessWire, my project has just started and I have no experience about how ProcessWire will be when go live. I'm using a tool to deploy my code automatically to production server after build passed (Magallanes).
Please give me the answers for the questions below:
Which folders/files will be created by the application after installed ? Which folders/files usually be overwritten? Which folders/files using as cache, as session, as temporary? Do ProcessWire supports logs? If so, where is it? Which files are using as configuration files? Should I concern about template configuration files? Any help would be appreciated.