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|Title:||User-friendly in software development||Authors:||Srinoorini Mohamad Eunos.||Keywords:||DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Information systems::Information interfaces and presentation||Issue Date:||2009||Abstract:||Designing a professional commercial website is not only the creation of pages with beautiful designs and nice layout without any specific function or purpose for visitors, prone to security attacks and providing only one type of payment method. The main draw back of designing a website is that developers tends to be overly concern about the design of the website rather than providing an assurance that the website is user friendly for the visitors, secure from the hazards of hacking, phishing, internet theft and also the limited payment methods available for purchase purposes. The main objective of this project is to bring flexibility in designing a website that is user friendly, secure and offers various payment methods. The project involves designing of a professional commercial website with a standard template and layout for consistency. Various testing were carried out on the web page, online payment system, software management and the client application to assess the user friendliness. With the visitor’s point of view, testing of the functions in the web pages, online payment system and software management was carried out to check whether the functions and design is user friendly for visitors. In the matter of user friendliness of the client, VenoSINK application has also been tested to ensure that it is user friendly for users to use the service. The project also involves the integration of an alternative payment method which is an addition to the currently available online payment method, and that is payment through mobile. The website was successfully designed to cater to user friendliness, security and providing a variety of payment methods. The report ends with recommendations that are able to be implemented into the project for future groups or individuals who might be interested in expanding the project.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10356/16916||Rights:||Nanyang Technological University||Fulltext Permission:||restricted||Fulltext Availability:||With Fulltext|
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