Web-STAR: Development of Survey Tools for Use with Requirements Gathering in Web Site Development

Web-STAR: Development of Survey Tools for Use with Requirements Gathering in Web Site Development

Jonathan Lazar (Towson University, USA), Adam Jones (Towson University, USA) and Kisha-Dawn Greenidge (Towson University, USA)
Copyright: © 2004 |Pages: 13
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-191-9.ch003
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Abstract

This chapter introduces the research and application of the Web-STAR project, which began at Towson University in 2002. The main goal and purpose of the Web-STAR (Web-Survey Tool for Analyzing Requirements) project is to provide a standardized survey tool that developers can use to determine the user requirements for existing or new Web sites. The Web-STAR will allow this most vital stage in the development process to take place within a convenient, tested, and cost-effective method. Based on existing work in user evaluation design, Web-STAR will take sound development practices and apply them to user requirements in the design of informational websites. This chapter presents the research-in-progress development, testing and current status of Web-STAR.

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