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Hypermedia systems development practice: a survey
Are hypermedia projects guided and controlled by ad hoc, ¿quick & dirty¿ techniques? This survey shows that talk of a ¿crisis¿ is largely unfounded.
A Comparison of Traditional and Multimedia Information Systems Development Practices
As multimedia information systems begin to infiltrate organizations, there arises a need to capture and disseminate knowledge about how to develop them. Little is thus far known about the realities of multimedia systems ...
New Branches, Old Roots: A Study of Methods and Techniques in Web/Hypermedia Systems Design
(Auerbach Publishers Inc., 2006)
Web-based systems development: the influence of disciplinary backgrounds on design practices
Web development teams are multidisciplinary, bringing together designers from a variety of backgrounds. A Web designer¿s professional training and education can shape his problem-solving orientation and world view by ...
Hypermedia systems development: a comparative study of software engineers and graphic designers
Hypermedia systems development is, in many regards, different from ¿conventional¿ systems development, chief amongst these differences being its multidisciplinary nature. Foremost amongst the roles in hypermedia development ...
A survey of multimedia and web development techniques and methodology usage
The authors present survey results which suggest that no uniform approach exists for multimedia systems development and that practitioners are not using the multimedia models cited in the literature. They conclude that ...
Web-based Systems Design: A Study of Contemporary Practices and an Explanatory Framework based on Method-in-Action
This paper reports the findings of a detailed study of Web-based systems design (WBSD) practices in Ireland based on data collected over a three-year period (2002-2005), the objectives of which were to (1) contribute towards ...