Explaining the process of a web-design project is often a struggle and normally leaves a Stakeholder feeling lost in a sea of colloquial terms.
This infographic concisely gives enough detail to explain the phases of project and can be used to keep everyone aware of what is happening now and in the future.
Without clear roles and responsibilities being communicated from the start of a project team members on both sides can start to get frustrated at either a lack or overload of information.
This infographic simply defines a chain of command and expectations both teams will have, which is invaluable to keep everyone happy and on the same page.
Sprints are always tricky because of the pace and the amount of moving parts to make it a success. Something I've practiced is a "Sprint Zero" where initial research and process' are setup to create a strong foundation for a project; this is often for want of project speed is often forgotten and leads to a lot of frustration down the line.
This infographic shows a way of establishing a solid foundation to a project where everyone is on the same page based on some initial research instead of assumptions.
I designed these infographics to easily explain some quite challenging aspects of managing a web-design project; they've proved really useful for me and I hope they can help you too.