We present a novel web-based computational framework to aid behavioral interventions for people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The development of the framework aims on providing resources for creating, editing, storing, and applying multimedia activities, as well as tools for tracking and analyzing the students’ progress. We have conducted the design and development of our framework based on principles from applied behavior analysis and behavioral psychology. We evaluated our framework, testing it with five professionals (participants) that freely explored it. During the tests, we tackled minor adjustments pointed by them, while the users’ general suggestions are assisting us to further improvements. The participants answered two questionnaires about their profiles, as well as how they explored the framework. After the tests, we observed that the use of the framework can be positive for the interventions, considering both the activities created by each professional and their reports. Last but not least, the user tests were conducted, in Brazil, during the period of social isolation due to Sars-cov-2 pandemic, where the participants had the opportunity to explicit how technologies, in particular our framework, can benefit their work.