Can web design methodologies (actually) help practitioners?
Linden, Tanya and Cybulski, Jacob 2004, Can web design methodologies (actually) help practitioners?, in Innovations through information technology : proceedings of the 2004 Information Resources Management Association International Conference. New Orleans, LA. USA, May 23-26 2004, Idea Group Publishing, Hershey, Pa., pp. 163-166.
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Innovations through information technology : proceedings of the 2004 Information Resources Management Association International Conference. New Orleans, LA. USA, May 23-26 2004
Information Resources Management Association Conference
Idea Group Publishing
Place of publication
There exist many web design methodologies and the new ones are constantly being added to the pool of those offered to practitioners. However as previous research shows, practitioners either do not know, do not use or even do not care for these development approaches. This paper examines web design practice, and the design of visual aspects in particular, in order to establish whether any of the existing methodologies would actually address the practitioners concerns. Through grounded theory analysis, it transpires that from amongst several examined approaches, IS-based web design methods are dealing with great many practical issues which designers perceive as most pressing.
Field of Research
080608 Information Systems Development Methodologies
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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