January 23, 2003 at 1:26 AM
Just when you thought we couldn't possibly add anyone else to the staff list in comes veteran writer, Alan K'necht to kick off his new column entitled "The $ and Sense of IT." Through his column he will show us not only how to calculate ROI for new projects, but also the cost of not doing the right thing. This month he covers "Making Cents from Information Architecture." Alan has quite a bit of writing experience under his belt writing for publications including Computer World Canada, IDG, IT World, ZDNet, CNET, and the list goes on. We are happy to have him aboard.
Also in this issue is the long awaited article on "User-Centered Design for Large Government Portals" by Christopher Rusay. Speaking as someone who is about to embark on developing applications for several government agencies, this article couldn't come at a better time. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. We will see you next week with more fresh content.