Designing effective web sites

How academic research influences practice

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Abstract

A consumer has different expectations or goals when visiting different Web sites at different times. Indeed, consumers visit sites not only to search for and purchase products/services, but also to have rich, entertaining experiences. These goals or objectives determine what type of tasks the consumer performs at a site; different tasks and goals require a different human-computer interactive experience. This program of research has demonstrated that rich behavioral theories can provide clear guidance to system designers. Consequently, it is fundamental that system designers understand why a person is at a website and the theoretical factors that drive improved interaction experiences and stronger customer relationships [10].

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI
Pages15-19
Number of pages5
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StatePublished - 2012
Event34th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI 2012 - Cavtat / Dubrovnik, Croatia
Duration: Jun 25 2012Jun 28 2012

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Other34th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI 2012
CountryCroatia
CityCavtat / Dubrovnik
Period6/25/126/28/12

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Valacich, J. S. (2012). Designing effective web sites: How academic research influences practice. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI (pp. 15-19). [6307972] https://doi.org/10.2498/iti.2012.0487

Designing effective web sites : How academic research influences practice. / Valacich, Joseph S.

Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI. 2012. p. 15-19 6307972.

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Valacich, JS 2012, Designing effective web sites: How academic research influences practice. in Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI., 6307972, pp. 15-19, 34th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI 2012, Cavtat / Dubrovnik, Croatia, 6/25/12. https://doi.org/10.2498/iti.2012.0487
Valacich JS. Designing effective web sites: How academic research influences practice. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI. 2012. p. 15-19. 6307972 https://doi.org/10.2498/iti.2012.0487
Valacich, Joseph S. / Designing effective web sites : How academic research influences practice. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces, ITI. 2012. pp. 15-19
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