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Web site development is maturing from the enthusiastic experimental practice of early years to a more professional discipline, addressing the needs of Web site visitors and owner organisations. Quality is central to this maturing and it is necessary to have a full understanding of the meaning of quality in the context of the ever-changing Web. This paper identifies five new quality factors for the Web (visibility, credibility, intelligibility, engagibility and differentiation), together with their characteristics and a checklist of enablers, which can be used by specifiers, designers, developers and evaluators to create quality Web sites.
Fitzpatrick, R. (2000). Additional quality factors for the World Wide Web. Proceedings of the Second World Congress for Software Quality, Yokohama. September 25th-29th, Tokyo, Japan. doi:10.21427/z7ay-dv38