Planning for effective web-based commerce application development

Ming-te LU, W. L. YEUNG

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Abstract

An ever-increasing number of businesses have established web sites to engage in commercial activities today, forming the so-called web-based commerce. However, careful planning and preparation are needed for those businesses to achieve their intended purposes with this new channel of distribution. This chapter proposes a framework for planning effective web-based commerce application development based on prior research in hypermedia and human-computer interfaces, and recent research on web-based commerce. The framework regards web application development as a type of software development projects. At the onset, the project's social acceptability is investigated. Next, system feasibility is carried out. If the proposed project is viable, its web-page interface is examined both from the functionality, contents, and navigability points of view. The use of the framework will contribute to more effective web-based commerce application development.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationManaging web-enabled technologies in organizations : a global perspective
EditorsMehdi KHOSROWPOUR
Place of PublicationUnited States
PublisherIdea Group Publishing
Chapter3
Pages36-53
Number of pages18
ISBN (Print)9781878289728
Publication statusPublished - 2000

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    LU, M., & YEUNG, W. L. (2000). Planning for effective web-based commerce application development. In M. KHOSROWPOUR (Ed.), Managing web-enabled technologies in organizations : a global perspective (pp. 36-53). Idea Group Publishing.