that provides temporary storage and manipula;on of the informa;on necessary for complex cogni;ve tasks as language comprehension, learning, reasoning.”   Baddeley, A. “Working Memory”. Science. 1992
projects during a workday. Need A solu)on that help them to change context between diﬀerent project during a workday avoiding the stress producing by the fear of do not know how to start again. Insight ü Stop ac)vity that are doing before ﬁnish it ü Resume the ac)vity a;er a long-‐)me ü Up to 2 projects in parallel is s)ll manageable ü Worse whether the change is between two related projects
the applica)on creates a “virtual box” for the par)cular work that she is doing and starts saving: q Web pages q Documents q Manuals q Papers q Emails q Pictures q Videos, and… ALL the digital “ar)facts” related with the work that the user is doing at that moment. Addi)onally REC saves the “state” of this ar)facts.
2. Does exists a rela)on between the diﬃculty to remember what you were doing and the )me elapsed before resuming the ac)vity? 3. Is more diﬃcult to restar)ng a;er a diﬀerent work ac)vity? (Not cover yet) 4. Does exists a rela)on between the diﬃculty to remember what you were doing and the complexity of ac)vity that you were doing before the change occurs? (Not cover yet)
Den)sts, Psychologists, Engineers, Managers, Designers, ICT. 2. Divide the people in 3 groups of 10 and ask: 1. First Group. With your smartphone take a picture and record a short audio voice of your work context before going lunch. 2. Second Group. With your smartphone take a picture and record a short audio voice of your work context before ﬁnish your workday. 3. Third Group. On Friday with your smartphone take a picture and record a short audio voice of your work context before ﬁnish your workday. 3. Before resuming your ac)vity again (a;er lunch or the next day or Monday respeceully) look at the picture and listen the audio voice to see if this ar)facts helps you in remembering what you were doing. Later, ﬁll this survey hTp://goo.gl/JIpUv