WEM: A Design Method for CMS- based Web Implementations

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The development of complex, data-intensive web applications is becoming simpler due to the usage of content management systems. Conventional information systems development methods as well as web application development methods do not cover the specific needs of a method for web content management implementations. In this research an assembly-based situational method engineering approach is applied to develop a new design method, called the WebEngineering Method (WEM). First, a literature research is done to existing design methods and method engineering. Then, the development processes and implementation situations are identified. Consequently candidate methods are selected and analyzed. Finally, a new method of useful method fragments is assembled. By using route map configuration, the method fragments are tailored to obtain situationality.

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  • Inge van de Weerd

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