ISE 412: Human Factors Engineering. Dr. Laura Moody Fall, 2004. Course Goals. Upon completion of ISE 412, students will be able to: Develop, conduct, and evaluate the results of human factors research. Develop models of human-machine systems.
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Dr. Laura Moody
EARLY DAYS …
PERVASIVE HUMAN FACTORS
PEOPLE USE TECHNOLOGY …
TO ACCOMPLISH THEIR GOALS …
IN THEIR ENVIRONMENT.
Human Factors And Product Design
How a product connects with the user – 3 KEY FOCAL POINTS.
SUCCESSFUL PRODUCTS connect on all levels – they are USEFUL, USABLE, & DESIRABLE
“Usability” : the extent to which a product can be used by specified users to achieve specified goals with effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction in a specified context of use.
safety and well-beingTowards the ‘New’ Human Factors: Adding ‘Desirable’
PRODUCTION RELEASE MILESTONE
PROJECT OBJECTIVE SUMMARY
DESIGN RELEASE MILESTONE
MARKET LAUNCH MILESTONE
CONCEPT SELECTION MILESTONE
HF DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
IDENTIFY BEHAVIORS, PERCEPTIONS
BELIEFS AND ATTITUDES
DEVELOP USER EXPERIENCE MAP
IDENTIFY USER TYPES / STYLES OF USE
DEVELOP PROCESS MAPS AND/OR USER MODELS AND INTERACTION STYLES
INVESTIGATE HABITS AND PRACTICES
E-SCAN, TRENDS ( cultural life style, ..)
IDENTIFY UNMET LATENT NEEDS/DESIRES
FOLLOW UP RESEARCH
IDEA SCREEN TOLLGATE
CONCEPT EVALUATION TOLLGATE
BUSINESS EVALUATION TOLLGATE