Libra: Division of Labor

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Libra, the name of the seventh constellation of the Zodiac, translates to “The Scales” and connotes “Balance” We think this fits. Our Libra Program is a balance of forces: You, nSiteful, and the WordPress CMS. And it strikes a balance between high quality and low cost.

This breakdown is a general description of the division of labor. You should be able to do the stuff in the “Your stuff” column after receiving proper training. nSiteful is willing and able to do anything in the “Your stuff” column — but you keep costs down the more you do.

One of our first bits of housekeeping on a Libra project is clarifying the division of labor.

My stuff (plus I can do any of your stuff, if necessary):

  • Install and configure WordPress
  • Customize the theme (look & feel)
  • Flesh out the initial site structure
  • Produce interface graphics (masthead images, widgets, etc.)
  • Install appropriate plugins
  • Do custom programming to achieve results beyond the scope of WordPress and its plugins
  • Train you in the use of the WordPress CMS

Your stuff (the more you do, the more bang for you bucks):

  • Add and edit page and blog content
  • Insert images and hyperlinks into content
  • Create and maintain photo galleries
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The nSiteful Tech Blog (the official blog of nSiteful Web Builders, Inc. since January of 2013) is where I (Jeff Cohan) and (occasionally) associates will be posting articles of potential interest to like-minded techies, nSiteful clients who are playing active roles in the maintenance of their own Web sites and blogs, and pretty much anyone interested in how Web strategies and tools can help them reach their goals.

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About Jeff Cohan

Jeff and his wife, Margie, are the proud parents of Sarah and Jake. Jeff is the founder, president and chief cook and bottle washer of nSiteful Web Builders, Inc., a Web development and Internet Consulting firm. In his spare time, Jeff builds Web sites and Web applications, plays guitar, putters around in his basement woodworking shop, mercilessly spoils his grandchildren, and creates videos from more than two decades of home movies. His current video project is an extended montage of people (mainly family members) asking him to stop filming them.

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