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Augmenting entry: the possibilities for utilizing geo-referenced information to improve mobile calendar applications

Komninos, A. and Baillie, L. and Dunlop, M. (2007) Augmenting entry: the possibilities for utilizing geo-referenced information to improve mobile calendar applications. In: ACM CHI 2007 Workshop on Mobile Spatial Interaction, 2007-04-28.

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    Abstract

    Today's mobile communication devices often offer extensive calendar facilities. However the use of these is often very limited through cumbersome interfaces and inappropriate designs for small devices. Prompted by previous work in mobile calendar usability, this paper discusses how augmentation of calendar entries with mobile spatial information could provide potential advantages and improve the usability of an electronic calendar.