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Title: User persona roles in the enduser web developing approach
Authors: Siricharoen, W.V. 
Keywords: Enduser Development(EUD);Persona;Software Engineering;User Centered Design(UCD);Website Developing
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce
Source: W.V. Siricharoen (2012) User persona roles in the enduser web developing approach., 415-420.
Conference: 2nd International Conference on Digital Information and Communication Technology and its Applications, 
Abstract: Enduser is very important to require the system efficiently; however, most of the time they are not the one who create the system. The best thing they can do is give the system requirements and the system workflow to the developers. The ownership is more significant to include system acceptation by letting endusersdesign the system themselves. This aim of the research is to support the enduser web developing in software engineering discipline by using the real case scenario. The main task is to develop enduser personal website. The final result is that the enduser is able to create surveys/questionnaires online. This paper is the walk through and discussion approaches of how to utilize enduser persona. Evaluating exist tools by developers isalso the essential step to generate the website according to enduser skills and requirements. The paper highlights the important issue of enduser involvement in the development processes. The enduser collaboration on the system is also shown in the paper. The conclusion and discussion of further research is addressed in the last part of the paper.
Rights: This work is protected by copyright. Reproduction or distribution of the work in any format is prohibited without written permission of the copyright owner.
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