As Gary and Claire look at all the requirements notes, flowcharts, and wireframes for their site, they realize they need to create a lot of pages, content, vocabularies, and blocks. They need a way to organize their development efforts, so they create an inventory of the pages, content types and fields, vocabularies, and blocks to develop. They decide that the roles, search, features, performance, and security requirements already documented are organized sufficiently (see Chapter 9).
Gary and Claire review the flowcharts and the types of content they had defined and realize that a lot of pages weren't strictly content pages. Many were about showing one lesson, discussion, tip, event, merchant, or club. However, the other pages included:
While considering how they would create these pages, Gary and Claire ask the following questions:
To help them think through the process of identifying how to create these pages, Gary and Claire develop a set of decision criteria to assess each type of page and how best to create that type of page. The criteria include sample Drupal development ...