Learning Team Article Review Week 4.pptx

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TEAM A LITERATURE REVIEW
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INTRODUCTION During the review of this article we will discuss several factors: Methods of evaluating a websites How website relates to the company image Quality and user ability of websites Accessibility to websites Perception of Company Image from websites Analyzing collected data
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WEBSITES Websites are used daily in our lives. Websites have to be designed user friendly to all people including those with disabilities. Evaluations need to appeal to all ages, males, females, whether they be disabled or not.
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LITERATURE REVIEW DEFINITION OF IMAGE COMPANY IMAGE AND CATEGORIES THAT MAKE UP THAT IMAGE. VALUE OF THE COMPANY IMAGE QUALITY AND USABILITY OF THE SITE
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LITERATURE REVIEW CONT. Credibility Navigation Keys to a successful Company website First Impressions Usability Navigation All around attractiveness
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RESEARCH METHODOLOGIES AIM OF THE ARTICLES RESEARCH Analyze how a user may become biased based on the company’s website Explore connection between website features and company image
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