Eight Tips on How to Manage Feature Creep | Six Revisions
Good advice as you start that next web development project. Click through to read the full list:
"Feature creep, also known as scope or requirement creep, refers to unforeseen requests for additions and changes that are outside the project scope. It typically happens due to inadequate requirements gathering, poor initial planning, and an unclear protocol for change implementation, among other things.
In this article, I’d like to discuss eight tips and suggestions, based mostly on my experience, to help minimize and manage the effects of feature creep in your own projects."
HT to Rob Steenwyk @ i3