Preliminary Review of Model-View-Presenter (MVP) and Usability Design for the Development of Postgraduate Web Portal
The process of managing and monitoring postgraduate students should enable mobility to the individuals involved, should not use high human effort and should provide transparent monitoring. Therefore, it needs a solution that could enable mobility, reduce human effort and provide transparent monitoring. A possible of it is through web portal that allows reducing numbers of physical meetings, avoiding double key-in, and allowing authorized personnel to easily access, monitor and analyzing data. Developing a good web portal requires good web pattern design which should be done prior or in earlier stage of a software development as a blueprint of the development. The web design of a web portal development as one of the web dimensions refers to the visualization of the web. Web pattern design has been used to solve commonly occurring problems in web portal development. This paper focuses on the preliminary review of model-view-presenter (MVP) web pattern design and usability heuristics for the development of postgraduate portal. It will discuss some of the existing web pattern design and the selections of the web pattern design which suitable to the development of postgraduate web portal.