Lecture 10: Analysis, Design and Implementation. B1 – Strategic and tactical tools for e-business Philip Holst Center for applied ICT Copenhagen Business School. Analysis. Learning outcomes. Summarize approaches for analysing requirements for e-business systems. Management issues.
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Lecture 10:Analysis, Design and Implementation
B1 – Strategic and tactical tools for e-business
Center for applied ICT
Copenhagen Business School
Identify key elements of approaches to improve the interface design and security design of e-commerce systems.
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”An engineering approach to web design to ensure the user interface of the site is learnable, memorable, error free, efficient, and gives user satisfaction. It incorporates testing and evaluation to ensure the best use of navigation and links to access information in the shortest possible time. A companion process to information architecture.”
(Jakob Nielsen, 2000)
(Sharp et al. 2007)
A survey of the application frameworks used by Fortune 1000 companies in 2007Source: Port80 software (www.port80software.com/surveys/top1000appservers)
”the process of quantifying the efficiency and effectiveness of past actions throughacquisition, collation, sorting, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of appropriate data”
Neely et al. (2002)