Exploring and Comparing the Performance of Design Methods Used for Information Intensive Websites

@inproceedings{Zaki2020ExploringAC,
  title={Exploring and Comparing the Performance of Design Methods Used for Information Intensive Websites},
  author={Tarannum Zaki and Zinia Sultana and S M Anisur Rahman and Muhammad Nazrul Islam},
  year={2020}
}
At present, web applications are one of the most widely used software applications in different organizations. A website is a virtual representation of the structure of any organization. Good user experience of a website is highly dependent on the content organization or design of a website. Thus, the design is a very important factor to develop a high usability standard website. Different types of design techniques are used to develop different types of websites. It is a very challenging task… Expand
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