Provided by: Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety (SERSC)
Paper-based artefacts (e.g., forms, manuals, questionnaires) are used ubiquitously and pervasively to support a wide set of activities. Education and Health Care are major examples of such endeavor. However, given the passiveness of the medium itself, several problems (e.g., communication, adjustment, lack of interactivity) are usually encountered within these activities which hinder human efficiency or prevent users from achieving desired goals. This paper presents a framework that provides common users with tools to create interactive and adjustable digital artefacts for mobile devices.