There are as many "yardsticks" to measure a successful Web development as there are Web developers. Nexcore measures success by asking:
A company Web site should be an investment, not an expense. A Web site should be a tool that benefits every department in a company, not just a static marketing brochure. Nexcore believes that the true measure of a Web site's success is not what it looks like, or even how many page views it gets, but what it does for a client's bottom line.
- Is the site a good investment for the client?
- Has the site made the client's company processes more cost-effective?
- Does the site reflect the image of the company it represents?
- Is the site easy to use, both for the site visitors and for the client?