Workshops Tamodia 2004 3rd International Workshop on TAsk MOdels and DIAgrams for User Interface Design Prague, Czech Republic November 15-16, 2004 To design user interfaces for interactive computer-based systems, many forms of expression have been used and some new forms are currently being investigated by combining writing, drawing, sketching, gesture, and multimedia-interacting capabilities. It is considered fundamental to capture the essence of the users' tasks to better inform the user-interface design process. Many activities in the development lifecycle are concerned by the quality of this capture. This workshop is aimed at examining how multiple forms of task expressions can…
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