Mihael Kukec

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The omnipresence of m-devices, and especially those of the cellular phones type, certainly makes the basis for the introduction and use of m-learning systems, but their implementation heavily depends on the area to be covered hence showing a different degree of complexity. This especially holds for the area of digital design, where there is the need for(More)
Motion sensors integrated into contemporary smartphones allow the introduction of new mobile interaction paradigms, here including tilt-based input control in the mobile context. Namely, as opposed to existing implementations that typically apply continuous feedback on tilting, we define Pitch and Roll movement sequences that change the orientation of the(More)
Present day mobile applications are becoming increasingly pervasive and complex, involving sophisticated user interfaces and touchscreen-based interaction designs. Their overall acceptance is highly dependent on usability, hence there exists a strong need to make related usability issues an integral part of the mobile software development. In this paper we(More)