Kenteris, Michael and Gavalas, Damianos and Economou, Daphne (2008) Evaluation of mobile tourist guides. In: Lytras, M.D. and Carroll, J.M. and Damiani, E. and Tennyson, R.D. and Avison, D. and Vossen, G. and Ordonez De Pablos, P., (eds.) The open knowlege society: a computer science and information systems manifesto : first world summit on the knowledge society, WSKS 2008, Athens, Greece, September 24-26, 2008. Proceedings. Communications in computer and information science (19). Springer, Berlin, pp. 603-610. ISBN 9783540877820
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-87783-7_77
Mobile guides have been in the spot light for the past decade or so they are becoming excessively available to tourists visiting places around the world. Most of which are to be used via a network connection on a browser based device and others as such as proprietary mobile applications, installed on-device. As such, some guides are used as navigational assistants in large cities solely for exploratory services and others can be used indoors as museum guides. This paper researches past and present mobile guide applications using a detailed set of evaluation criteria to extract design principles which can be used by an application-designer or an application-developer.
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