Design of a Multi-interface Creativity Support Tool for the Enhancement of the Creativity Process
This work examines the influence of the different working environments during the execution of a creativity process. The selection factor used for the decision is each user’s learning style. For the examination of how this is perceived by the users and to test how this influences the creativity process within a Creativity Support Tool a prototype has been developed. The paper describes the prototype as well as its pilot testing by a group of users.
KeywordsLearning Styles Creativity Creativity Support Tools Context
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