A case study in systematic hypermedia design

  title={A case study in systematic hypermedia design},
  author={Venkatraman Balasubramanian and Michael Bieber and Tom{\'a}s Isakowitz},
  journal={Inf. Syst.},
Hypermedia structuring and navigation requires design methodologies different from those developed for standard information systems. This case study details our successful application of relationship management methodology (RMM), a hypermedia systems analysis and design methodology, to ACM SIGLINK’s LINKBase. LINKBase is a World Wide Web (WWW) application, which dynamically generates WWW pages from a relational database containing information about hypermedia-related events such as conferences… CONTINUE READING
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