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Software development that meets the demand of Ubiquitous Computing, in which access to applications occurs anywhere, anytime and from different devices, has raised new challenges for Software Engineering. Among these challenges it stands out the development of context-sensitive ubiquitous applications. Much of the effort required for building such applications can be reduced through the reuse of the application's modeling. Different parts of a ubiquitous application can be reused, such as the user interface. Generate the interfaces' code so that they can self-adapt according to the different access contexts makes the application more dynamic and personalized. Therefore, by combining the conceptions of rich interfaces, domain-specific modeling, and context sensitivity, this paper presents a development process, called Model Driven RichUbi, to support the construction of rich interfaces for context-sensitive ubiquitous applications.