Project lifecycle models are not interchangeable. To deliver a quality system, it's critical to know the risks facing your project and to use a model that reduces those risks. The following describes standard project lifecycle models, and reviews their strengths and weaknesses. These standard models can be adapted to fit the industry issues, corporate culture, time constraints and team vulnerabilities which comprise your environment. Contact Us to help.
In the preceding example, if the university website in its entirety is defined as the target for evaluation, then all of the depicted areas are within the scope of the evaluation. This includes any aggregated and embedded content such as maps of the campus, forms for online payments, and discussion boards, including when such parts originate from third-party sources. If only a specific website area, such as the "Courseware Application", is defined as the target for evaluation then all the parts of this area are within the scope of the evaluation. In this case, the scope of evaluation would include all depicted courses, as well as the individual web pages that are common to all areas of the university. See also the definition for Common Web Pages .