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In this paper we introduce our framework for supporting the entire development of interaction and data intensive (typically Web) applications and describe one of the composing methods addressing the design of the user experience. Current proposals, both in the academic and industrial communities addressing such a kind of application, exhibit different weaknesses and strengths but are both characterized by poor acceptance by the current practice. Instead of proposing a new, richer modellingdblp:conf/caise/PerroneMP05 fatcat:lvzfwesl6ndb3aeratnimre7jq