A semiotic-informed approach to interface guidelines for mobile applications: A case study on phenology data acquisition
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Portable devices have been experimented for data acquisition in different domains, e.g., logistics and census data acquisition. Nevertheless, their large-scale adoption depends on the development of effective applications with a careful interaction design. In this paper, we revisit existing interface design strategies and propose a guideline composed of semiotic-informed rules and questions for mobile user interface design. We demonstrate the use of the guideline in the evaluation of mobile application interfaces proposed for phenological data acquisition in the field.