Could someone do this so I can be inspired?
A nonprofit organization would like you to lead a Web site development project. The organization has Internet access that includes space on a Web server, but no experience developing Web sites. In addition to creating its Web site, the organization would like you to train two people on its staff to do simple Web page updates. The Web site should include the following information, as a minimum: description of the organization (mission, history, and recent events), list of services, and contact information. The organization wants the Web site to include graphics (photographs and other images) and have an attractive, easy-to-use layout. 1. Project Scope Management Create a WBS for this project. Create milestones and summary tasks. Assume that the main WBS categories and some of the project management tasks are similar to tasks from the Project Tracking Database project. Some of the specific analysis, design, and implementation tasks will be to: a. Collect information on the organization in hardcopy and digital form (brochures, reports, organization charts, photographs, and so on). b. Research Web sites of similar organizations. c. Collect detailed information about the customer's design preferences and access to space on a Web server. d. Develop a template for the customer to review (background color for all pages, position of navigation buttons, layout of text and images, typography, including basic text font and display type, and so on). e. Create a site map or hierarchy chart showing the flow of Web pages. f. Digitize the photographs and find other images for the Web pages; digitize hardcopy text. g. Create the individual Web pages for the site. h. Test the pages and the site. i. Implement the Web site on the customer's Web server. j. Get customer feedback. k. Incorporate changes. l. Create training materials for the customer on how to update the Web pages. m. Train the customer's staff on updating the Web pages. 2. Project Time Management a. Enter realistic durations for each task, and then link the tasks as appropriate. Be sure that all tasks are linked (in some fashion) to the start and end of the project. Assume that you have four months to complete the entire project. Hint: Use the Project Tracking Database as an example. b. Print the Gantt Chart view and Network Diagram view for the project. c. Print the Schedule table to see key dates and slack times for each task. 3. Project Cost Management a. Assume that you have three people working on the project and each of them would charge $20 per hour. Enter this information in the Resource Sheet. b. Estimate that each person will spend an average of about five hours per week for the four-month period. Assign resources to the tasks, and try to make the final cost in line with this estimate. 4. Project Human Resource Management a. Assume that one project team member will be unavailable (due to vacation) for two weeks in the middle of the project. Make adjustments to accommodate this vacation so that the schedule does not slip and the costs do not change. Document the changes from the original plan and the new plan.