The software development process can be extremely complex, especially when taking into consideration user interface and usability issues. In order to develop simple and transparency-focused applications, developer's must put in too much effort. At the same time, making a software usable in the users point-of-view increases overall acception and interest. This article describes the development of the JADE framework, directed to graphical applications that are focused in usability. The framework contributes to decrease the development curve by providing structured codes written in C++ based on well known design-patterns. © ACM 2008.
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