For the website redesign I choose a hybrid SDLC method, because you get the best of both worlds - the ease of waterfall and the adaptability and speed of Agile. We follow the successive approach where we have the predictive steps for the clearly defined requirements and early planning and designing. As for building and testing of the website, will switch to incremental sprints. This is a short well-defined project and the requirements are pretty static. If there was more uncertainty I would have chosen full Agile, or if there was more certainty I could use all waterfall. The scrum sprints will be incremental.
Analysis: All requirements are gathered, understood, and communicated to the team. Sign off from PMM or PMO is needed to move on to next phase.
Design: System to meet requirements and specifications should be established. Requirements are a little more defined. Sign off from PMM or PMO is needed to move on to next phase.
Sprint Building/Test: Code is implemented and tested. Find and report bugs. Once the baseline site is ready, we can release to get feedback quickly. Sign off from PMM or PMO is needed to move on to launch.
Delivery: Once the project is ready to launch we need to get sign off from sponsors to end the project.
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