Evaluation of Interactive Website Design Indicators for e-Entrepreneurship
AbstractUsing an analytic network process (ANP) as an analytical tool, this study aims to construct an ANP evaluation model of interactive website design indicators. Through a review of the literature, interactive website design of e-entrepreneurship is generalized to the following dimensions: (1) Design; (2) Checking; (3) Service; (4) Interactive; and (5) Promotion, including 19 design indicators. The research is conducted for a case company. According to the findings, the model helps the case company review its current execution of interactive website design indicators and the experts’ opinions of the importance of interactive website design indicators. In addition, by comprehensive comparison, it confirms key design indicators and analyzes the managerial implications to help the case company set up precise strategic planning and resource distribution to enhance corporate operational performance and competitiveness. View Full-Text
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Chung, C.-C.; Chao, L.-C.; Chen, C.-H.; Lou, S.-J. Evaluation of Interactive Website Design Indicators for e-Entrepreneurship. Sustainability 2016, 8, 354.
Chung C-C, Chao L-C, Chen C-H, Lou S-J. Evaluation of Interactive Website Design Indicators for e-Entrepreneurship. Sustainability. 2016; 8(4):354.Chicago/Turabian Style
Chung, Chih-Chao; Chao, Li-Chung; Chen, Chin-Hui; Lou, Shi-Jer. 2016. "Evaluation of Interactive Website Design Indicators for e-Entrepreneurship." Sustainability 8, no. 4: 354.
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