Finding the PerfectFit
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DepartmentUniversity of Baltimore. School of Information Arts and Technologies
ProgramMaster of Science in Interaction Design and Information Architecture
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online consumer behavior
technology within brick-and-mortar retail
This paper explores available research and documents detailing the current landscape of, and consumer point of view on, ubiquitous commerce as a foundation for understanding and developing a model for web technology that can assist consumers with various purchase types. In addition, this paper compiles and evaluates expert recommendations in interface design for mobile and tablet-based devices in order to inform recommendations for developing a model for technology-assisted commerce applied to the bicycling industry.
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