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A sketching tool for designing anyuser, anyplatform, anywhere user interfaces

Bibliographic reference Coyette, Adrien ; Vanderdonckt, Jean. A sketching tool for designing anyuser, anyplatform, anywhere user interfaces.International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (Rome(Italy), Sep 12-16, 2005). In: Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3585, p. 550-564 (2005)
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