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ANSOFT
2002
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OPEN Process Support for Web Development
Abstract. We evaluate the efficacy of an established OO/CBD development process (OPEN) in web development and propose new and amended Activities, Tasks, Techniques and Roles that s...
Brian Henderson-Sellers, David Lowe, Brendan Haire
ECIS
2003
11 years 6 months ago
User involvement in development of web based publishing
The theme of this paper is development of Web applications used by an organization to publish information to groups of users outside the organization. The paper focus on the chall...
Lasse Vogelsang
COMPSAC
2001
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
Supporting Web Development in the OPEN Process: Additional Tasks
To support commercial-strength web development it is as important to utilize a process as it is in regular, non-web information systems development. Using an established OO/CBD de...
Brendan Haire, Brian Henderson-Sellers, David Lowe
HICSS
2003
IEEE
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4 Perspectives on Web Information Systems
In recent literature, many authors argue that “Web development” is new and different. The arguments are, however, both debatable and debated, and often it is neither clear wha...
Jesper Holck
UIALL
2004
Springer
11 years 10 months ago
Using Automatic Tools in Accessibility and Usability Assurance Processes
Abstract. The paper claims that processes for monitoring, assessing and ensuring appropriate levels of accessibility and usability have to be adopted by web development and mainten...
Giorgio Brajnik
VL
2006
IEEE
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Work, Play, and In-Between: Exploring the Role of Work Context for Informal Web Developers
Web development is rapidly becoming a routine activity for informal as well as professional software developers. One variable that distinguished segments of this population was th...
Mary Beth Rosson, Sue E. Kase
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