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Layla Haidrani
Published: 4 May 2016
Journal: Nursing Standard
Nursing Standard, Volume 30, pp 27-27; https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.30.36.27.s33

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This app allows users to access the latest academic papers based on areas of interest, specialism or preferred journals.
Edward W. Campion, Cynthia L. Bowab, Jacqueline M. Prince, John E. Muenning, Thomas J. Easley,
The New England Journal of Medicine, Volume 366, pp 1342-1342; https://doi.org/10.1056/nejme1201837

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Thanks to a newly built software application (or “app”), the Journal can now be downloaded and read in an issue format on the iPad. The NEJM iPad Edition is now available in the iTunes App Store at no charge. The issue of February 23, 2012, is free, so that readers can see how an issue looks, works, and reads on their iPads. The app is designed as an issue-based reader, meaning that it allows downloads of the full text of single issues, including figures and tables, beginning with the first issue of 2012.
C. Shanthi, Josphi Ne
International Journal of Web Technology, Volume 3, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.20894/ijwt.104.003.001.001

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International Journal of Computing Algorithm
Agung Rizky Aa, Ninda Lutfiani, Wayan Sri Mariyati, Apriani Atika Sari, Kurnia Rizky Febrianto
Blockchain Frontier Technology, Volume 1, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.34306/bfront.v1i2.37

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Decentralization is the division of centralized power processes as a whole into separate ones. Blockchain technology is a basic technology that enables decentralization and gives all users the opportunity to become part of the validator or node for future transactions. The purpose of this research is to develop and develop a tamper-resistant E-Journal Mobile Application system using Blockchain Technology, which supports reliable and auditable computing using a decentralized network, not only that, this research can also develop and develop an E-Journal Application System. Cellular that is resistant to interference from hackers or system crashes. By using Blockchain technology, it can solve problems that are reliable and can be done and controlled using a decentralized network. with great hope that choosing this type of decentralized blockchain technology will be useful in preventing errors and errors in the system. This is one of the main strengths of Blockchain Technology. With this decentralized transaction log, it will not be easy and it is impossible for a database consisting of hundreds to thousands of computers to be hacked or tampered with easily. This research is a model that can be implemented as a Blockchain technology development on Mobile Apps E-journals. In this study will be made using 3 methods, namely the data analysis method, the analysis method using SWOT and the development method using a waterfall with a combination of the three methods will make this research more effective and efficient.
Emily Tongdee, Orit Markowitz
Published: 1 October 2018
Journal: Cutis
Cutis, Volume 102, pp 252-256

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As technology continues to advance, so too does its accessibility to the general population. Mobile applications (apps) have become a part of the medical field, with dermatology being no exception. There are various types of dermatology apps, including teledermatology, self-surveillance, disease guide, reference, dermoscopy, conference, education, photograph storage and sharing, and journal apps, and others. In this study, we examined the types of dermatology apps targeting patients and physicians that are most popular by analyzing their rankings in the Apple App Store. We also delved deeper into the perceived benefits of the ranked apps targeting patients and the impact of physician-targeted apps on the field of dermatology.
V.Jeyabala Raja, C. Shanthi, M.S. Josephine
International Journal of Communication and Networking System, Volume 3, pp 45-48; https://doi.org/10.20894/ijcnes.103.003.001.009

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International Journal of Computing Algorithm
Thu Nguyen
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The purpose of MapMyTrip Android app is to provide fun and convenient tools for travelers to create their trip journal while on-the-go. This app will save the travelers a tremendous amount of time by utilizing the all-in-one capability of smart phone technology to instantly track their trips' destinations and link the destination to photo/video clips taken in real-time. The application offers a user-friendly interface, on-line/off-line mode, local storage, cloud storage, and it can be shared on social networks.
Nick Zagorski
Published: 1 January 2023
Journal: Psychiatric News
Psychiatric News, Volume 58; https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.pn.2023.01.12.11

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Le Xu, Pingjia Xie,
International Journal of Internet Protocol Technology, Volume 10; https://doi.org/10.1504/ijipt.2017.10009864

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International publishers of academic, scientific and professional journals since 1979.
Zhanyong Tang, Zhengqiao Li, Fangyuan Liu, Xiaojiang Chen, Ruxia Fan,
International Journal of High Performance Computing and Networking, Volume 10; https://doi.org/10.1504/ijhpcn.2017.10007201

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International publishers of academic, scientific and professional journals since 1979.
Amanda Burston
Published: 5 October 2016
Mental Health Practice, Volume 20, pp 13-13; https://doi.org/10.7748/mhp.20.2.13.s12

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Apps are a part of everyday life. Unfortunately, domestic abuse also remains an everday reality for many people. The Bright Sky app has been launched as a resource for victims of domestic abuse, as well as their families and friends. It allows victims to record and store a journal documenting their abuse.
Layla Haidrani
Published: 10 February 2016
Journal: Nursing Standard
Nursing Standard, Volume 30, pp 31-31; https://doi.org/10.7748/ns.30.24.31.s36

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Finding time to relax can be difficult. Research published in the journal Current Opinion in Psychiatry has shown that chronic stress and anxiety can damage areas of the brain dealing with memory and thinking – so relaxation is important.
Published: 16 September 2019
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P. Theerthaana
International Journal of Internet Marketing and Advertising, Volume 12; https://doi.org/10.1504/ijima.2018.10011681

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Minh Q. Huynh, Prashant Ghimire
Published: 1 January 2015
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As mobile devices become prevalent, there is always a need for apps. How hard is it to develop an app especially a cross-platform app? The paper shares an experience in a project involved the development of a student services web app that can be run on cross-platform mobile devices. The paper first describes the background of the project, the clients, and the proposed solution. Then, it focuses on the step-by-step development processes and provides the illustration of written codes and techniques used. The goal is for readers to gain an understanding on how to develop a mobile-friendly web app. The paper concludes with teaching implications and offers thoughts for further development. A revised version of this paper was published in the journal Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, Volume 14, 2015
Published: 1 July 2012
Journal of Dairy Science, Volume 95; https://doi.org/10.1016/s0022-0302(12)71088-3

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Pablo Rodríguez Sánchez-Laulhé, Ángela Biscarri-Carbonero, Alejandro Suero-Pineda, Luis G. Luque-Romero, Francisco J. Barrero García, Jesús Blanquero, Alberto M. Heredia-Rizo
European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine; https://doi.org/10.23736/s1973-9087.22.07744-9

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Article: The effects of a mobile app-delivered intervention in people with symptomatic hand osteoarthritis: a pragmatic randomized controlled trial - European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2023 Jan 12 - Minerva Medica - Journals
Sarah Cohen
Published: 23 March 2021
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This chapter explores the various ways that data journalism has evolved and the different forms it takes, from traditional investigative reporting to news apps and visualizations.
Published: 16 September 2019
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Abira Sengupta
IEEE Solid-State Circuits Magazine, Volume 9, pp 56-56; https://doi.org/10.1109/MSSC.2016.2622940

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Presents information on SSC society events.
Published: 17 January 2019
Journalism Practice, Volume 13, pp 759-780; https://doi.org/10.1080/17512786.2019.1567271

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In October 2016 the New York Times announced new content personalisation features for its websites and mobile apps, with the promise of “much more to come”. This article examines such developments via a quantitative content analysis of personalisation features at 15 major news outlets in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany and via interviews with senior editorial staff at some of those outlets. Both websites and mobile apps were studied, allowing comparisons to be made across platforms as well as geographically. Longitudinal comparisons were also made against an equivalent survey conducted in 2010. The results reveal significant changes over the last six years with, for example, rises in personalisation on mobile platforms, falls in the use of recommendations by friends, and convergence and commodification in content recommendation platforms. This study provides evidence to support continued debates on classical concerns such as selective exposure, but also raises new concerns about the effects of personalisation, including data protection and security issues.
Dorcas E Krubu, , Genevieve C Hart
Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Skills and Lifelong Learning, Volume 13, pp 019-036; https://doi.org/10.28945/3640

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Aim/Purpose: The research work investigated the information seeking process of undergraduates in a specialised university in Nigeria, in the course of a group assignment. Background: Kuhlthau’s Information Search Process (ISP) model is used as lens to reveal how students interact with information in the affective, cognitive and physical realms. Methodology: Qualitative research methods were employed. The entire seventy-seven third year students in the Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas and their course lecturer were the participants. Group assignment question was analysed using Bloom’s Taxonomy while the information seeking process of the students was garnered through dialogue journaling on WhatsApp Messenger. Contribution: The research explicates how students’ information seeking behaviour can be captured beyond the four walls of a classroom by using a Web 2.0 tool such as WhatsApp Messenger. Findings: The apparent level of uncertainty, optimism, and confusion/doubt common in the initiation, selection, and exploration phases of the ISP model and low confidence levels were not markedly evident in the students. Consequently, Kuhlthau’s ISP model could not be applied in its entirety to the study’s particular context of teaching and learning due to the nature of the assignment. Recommendations for Practitioners: The study recommends that the Academic Planning Unit (APU) should set a benchmark for all faculties and, by extension, the departments in terms of the type/scope and number of assignments per semester, including learning outcomes. Recommendation for Researchers: Where elements of a guided approach to learning are missing, Kuhlthau’s ISP may not be employed. Therefore, alternative theory, such as Theory of Change could explain the poor quality of education and the type of intervention that could enhance students’ learning. Impact on Society: The ability to use emerging technologies is a form of literacy that is required by the 21st century work place. Hence, the study demonstrates students’ adaptation to emerging technology. Future Research: The study is limited to only one case site. It would be more helpful to the Nigerian society to have this study extended to other universities for the purpose of generalisation and appropriate intervention.
Published: 18 July 2017
Digital Journalism, Volume 6, pp 76-97; https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2017.1345318

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Social media platforms are becoming an indispensable resource for journalists. Their use involves both direct interaction with the platforms themselves and, increasingly, the use of specialist third-party apps to find, filter, and follow content and contributors. This article explores some of the ways that social media platforms, and their technological ecosystems, are infusing news work. A range of platforms and apps—including Geofeedia, Spike, and Twitter—were critically examined, and their use by trainee journalists (N = 81) analysed. The results reveal how journalists can—and do—surveil social network users and their content via sophisticated, professional apps that are also utilised by the police and security forces. While journalists recognise the value of such apps in news work, they also have concerns, including about privacy and popularism. Although the participants in this study thought the apps they used could help with verification, there were warning signs that an over-reliance on the technology could develop, dulling journalists’ critical faculties.
, Madhu C. Reddy
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Technology is often viewed as either positive or negative. On one hand, in HCI, weight loss apps are usually seen as a positive influence on users. From the sociocultural perspective, on the other hand, media and technology negatively impact body satisfaction and contribute to eating disorders; however, these studies fail to include weight loss apps. While these apps can be beneficial to users, they can also have negative effects on users with eating disorder behaviors. Yet few research studies have looked at weight loss apps in relation to eating disorders. In order to fill this gap, we conducted interviews with 16 women with a history of eating disorders who use(d) weight loss apps. While our findings suggest these apps can contribute to and exacerbate eating disorder behaviors, they also reveal a more complex picture of app usage. Women's use and perceptions of weight loss apps shift as they experience life and move to and from stages of change. This research troubles the binary view of technology and emphasizes the importance of looking at technology use as a dynamic process. Our study contributes to our understanding of weight loss app design.
Cori Faklaris, Sara Anne Hook
Published: 25 February 2017
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The shift to Social Networking Services (SNSs) and mobile messaging apps such as Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat that rely on User-Generated Content (UGC) has challenged notions of fair use under U.S. copyright law. It remains unclear what understandings are common among these app users regarding legal and ethical norms in reusing artistic, journalistic and other types of content outside of online remixer spaces. Our online survey of N=106 users of N=48 SNS platforms and apps measured attitudes regarding fair use under U.S. copyright law and attribution for work that is shared. Participants reported a high level of agreement with more-restrictive conditions for content publishing and reuse. However, analyses of ratings and responses to open-ended questions reveal tension between issues of intellectual integrity and intellectual property.
Innovative Journal of Medical and Health Science, Volume 6; https://doi.org/10.15520/ijmhs.2016.vol6.iss3.114.

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Innovative Journal is now member of CrossRef, DOI and ithenticate; Submitted paper are checked for plagiarism and all published paper will be Assign Doi. List of Innovative Journals are Medical & Health Science Computer Science & IT Engineering & Maths Management Eng | Maths | Computer Pharmacy Management & Economics Med | Biomed | App Sciences Nursing Computer Science & Technology Economics Life & Social Science Algebera & Statistics Biotech & Microbiology
Yolanda Van Der Graaf, Joost Zaat
Published: 1 January 2015
Nederlands Tijdschrift Voor Geneeskunde, Volume 159

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Keeping up with the latest developments is not easy, but neither is reading articles on research. There are too many medical journals that contain information that is irrelevant to clinical practice. From this mass of articles you have to decide which are important for your own clinical practice and which are not. Most articles naturally fall into the latter category as spectacular findings with important consequences for medical practice do not occur every week. The most important thing in a research article is the research question. If you begin with this, then you can put aside much scientific literature. The methodology section is essential; reading this can save you a lot of time. In this article we take you step-by-step through the process of reading research articles. The articles in our Methodology series can be used as background information. These articles have been combined in a tablet app, which is available via www.ntvg.nl/methodologie.
Robert Schleicher, Alireza Sahami Shirazi, Michael Rohs, Sven Kratz,
International Journal of Mobile Human Computer Interaction, Volume 3, pp 18-35; https://doi.org/10.4018/jmhci.2011100102

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Mobile devices are increasingly used in social networking applications and research. So far, there is little work on real-time emotion or opinion sharing in large loosely coupled user communities. One potential area of application is the assessment of widely broadcasted television (TV) shows. The idea of connecting non-collocated TV viewers via telecommunication technologies is referred to as Social TV. Such systems typically include set-top boxes for supporting the collaboration. In this work the authors investigated whether mobile phones can be used as an additional channel for sharing opinions, emotional responses, and TV-related experiences in real-time. To gain insight into this area, an Android app was developed for giving real-time feedback during soccer games and to create ad hoc fan groups. This paper presents results on rating activity during games and discusses experiences with deploying this app over four weeks during soccer World Cup. In doing so, challenges and opportunities faced are highlighted and an outlook on future work in this area is given.
Published: 16 August 2013
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Volume 90, pp 435-456; https://doi.org/10.1177/1077699013493788

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This study investigates how young adults use news and location-based services on their smartphones, in addition to examining how many news organizations offer mobile news apps with geo-location features. Based on the survey findings, young adults are consuming news on their smartphones. Furthermore, there is a high use of location-based services by smartphone consumers, but news organizations are only using geo-location features in their mobile apps for traffic and weather. This study highlights that a gap exists between what news consumers, particularly young adults, are doing and using on their smartphones and what news organizations are able to provide.
Julia Jeans
European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Imaging, Volume 13, pp 449-449; https://doi.org/10.1093/ehjci/jes098

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We have all been witnessing the steep upward trend in mobile device usage and their increasing sophistication which will no doubt continue. We used to use our mobile phones to make calls and possibly to send a text message, but now we check our emails, reserve cinema tickets, and, of course, read the latest journal articles via our smartphones and tablets.
Sama'a Al Hashimi, Yasmina Zaki
The International Journal of Design Management and Professional Practice, Volume 17; https://doi.org/10.18848/2325-162x/cgp/v17i01/19-38

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A scholarly article by authors Sama'a Al Hashimi and Yasmina Zaki published in The International Journal of Design Management and Professional Practice
Julia Robinson
Published: 1 January 2022
The Pharmaceutical Journal; https://doi.org/10.1211/pj.2022.1.143644

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The Pharmaceutical Journal from the Royal Pharmaceutical Society
Published: 1 January 2022
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This paper proposes a brief review of digital resources useful for historians, scholars, professionals and students who want to approach Public History and which can offer opportunities for exploration and participation at several levels. The analysis has been divided into four parts, each starting from an exploration of the Italian context and then moving on to international resources: 1. Web spaces of national and international associations, 2. Oral History and Digital History, 3. Public History Journals , 4. Apps and Databases.
Abdul Gafur Marzuki
Published: 13 August 2022
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International journals and international conferences require papers or articles to be written in an international language such as English, so it is very important for anyone with an interest to be able to write their writings in academic, standardized and formal English while also making the writing clearer and easier to understand, and not causing misinterpretation. One way to write with good grammar is to use a grammarly application which can help to correct various errors in writing articles and essays.
Published: 9 August 2022
JMIR Mental Health, Volume 9; https://doi.org/10.2196/39516

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Background: Mental health apps have shown promise in improving mental health symptoms, including depressive symptoms. However, limited research has been aimed at understanding how specific app features and designs can optimize the therapeutic benefits and adherence to such mental health apps. Objective: The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the effect of avatar customization on depressive symptoms and adherence to use a novel cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)–based mental health app. The secondary aim is to examine whether specific app features, including journaling, mood tracking, and reminders, affect the usability of the mental health app. Methods: College students were recruited from a university study recruitment pool website and via flyer advertisements throughout campus. A total of 94 participants completed a randomized controlled trial in which they were randomized to either customization or no customization version of the app. Customization involved personalizing a virtual avatar and a travel vehicle to one’s own preferences and use of one’s name throughout the app. Participants completed a 14-day trial using a novel CBT-based mental health app called AirHeart. Self-report scores for depressive symptoms, anxiety, and stress were measured at baseline and after the intervention. Postintervention survey measures also included usability and avatar identification questionnaires. Results: Of the 94 enrolled participants, 83 (88%) completed the intervention and postintervention assessments. AirHeart app use significantly reduced symptoms of depression (P=.006) from baseline to the end of the 2-week intervention period for all participants, regardless of the customization condition. However, no differences in depressive symptoms (P=.17) or adherence (P=.80) were observed between the customization (39/83, 47%) and no customization (44/83, 53%) conditions. The frequency of journaling, usefulness of mood tracking, and helpfulness of reminders were not associated with changes in depressive symptoms or adherence (P>.05). Exploratory analyses showed that there were 3 moderate positive correlations between avatar identification and depressive symptoms (identification: r=−0.312, P=.02; connection: r=−0.305, P=.02; and lack of relatability: r=0.338, P=.01). Conclusions: These results indicate that CBT mental health apps, such as AirHeart, have the potential to reduce depressive symptoms over a short intervention period. The randomized controlled trial results demonstrated that customization of app features, such as avatars, does not further reduce depressive symptoms over and above the CBT modules and standard app features, including journal, reminders, and mood tracking. However, further research elucidating the relationship between virtual avatar identification and mental health systems is needed as society becomes increasingly more digitized. These findings have potential implications for improving the optimization of mental health app designs. Trial Registration: Open Science Framework t28gm; https://osf.io/t28gm
Rajiv Mahajan, Amrit Virk, Tejinder Singh
International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research, Volume 12; https://doi.org/10.4103/ijabmr.ijabmr_827_21

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Int J App Basic Med Res, Official publication of Basic Medical Scientists Association,India
, Dana Carroll, Kristi Kelley, Nathan Pinner, Lynn Stevenson, Katelin Lisenby,
Pharmacy Education, Volume 22, pp 41-47; https://doi.org/10.46542/pe.2022.221.4147

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Aim: To describe the development, implementation, and structure of an innovative evidence-based medicine (EBM) advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) rotation and evaluate student pharmacists’ perceptions of the course. Methods: A five-week, EBM APPE rotation was designed by seven faculty. Students worked remotely in teams and individually to complete pre- and post-assessments, journal clubs, journal scans, drug information questions, and clinical debates, as well as self- and peer-assessments. Students were asked to rate their perceptions of the course on a 5-point Likert scale. Results: A total of eighteen students, precepted by seven faculty members, completed the rotation. Students completed three group journal clubs, three individual journal scans, one individual journal club, one drug information question, and one clinical debate. Students survey data indicated that confidence in EBM skills was high following the rotation. Conclusion: This EBM APPE rotation was successful. The structure of this rotation may be transferable to a variety of settings.
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Adrienne Pichon, Kasey B Jackman, Inga T Winkler, Chris Bobel, Noémie Elhadad
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association; https://doi.org/10.1093/jamia/ocab244

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Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, ocab212, https://doi.org/10.1093/jamia/ocab212
Published: 13 October 2010
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Earlier this year I wrote about the Nature.com iPhone application that was released in February. Two weeks ago the app was updated with the following changes:Access to abstracts from additional journals: Nature Genetics, Nature Medicine, Nature Biotechnology, ...
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Dhara Alim Cendekia, Riskiyana Prihatiningsih, Azhar Ahmad Smaradigna, Kelik Desta Rahmanto, Stefano Scippa, Tsabita Kholis
Published: 2 June 2021
Kne Social Sciences pp 323-329; https://doi.org/10.18502/kss.v5i6.9220

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The Ace Diary is an online counseling app that provides art therapy features, receptive music therapy, journaling, a chat room, emergency calling, loving quotes, and scheduling based on quadrant-time of 4th generation time management information architecture. Furthermore, counselors can monitor activities on the app. These features had not been integrated before, which is why a basic design was developed for this purpose by using the M. Asimov model to design this app. The visual strategy used for showing a typical journaling diary is lines with brushstroke and calming pastel colors. Ace Diary has six primary pages: drawing, venting, scheduling, room chat and calling, quotes, and record tracking. The different group pages have different background colors so that audiences can distinguish the page’s functions. Students’ picture profiles are created using an illustration in the same design style to keep identities confidential. Keywords: strategic journaling design, quadrant-time of 4th generation of time management, pastel colors, brushstroke
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