There is no shortage of available human factors information, but
until now there was no single guide on how to use this information.
Human Factors Methods for Design: Making Systems Human-Centered is
an in-depth field guide to solving human factors challenges in the
development process. It provides design and human factors
professionals, systems engineers, and research and development
managers with the orientation, process, and methods to perform
human-centered research. The book delivers an overview of human
factors and the application of research to product and service
development. It enables the reader to define a design opportunity,
develop product goals, and establish criteria to meet those goals.
The text offers a road map for collecting and analyzing human
performance information, applying that information to the creation
of solutions, and using the information to evaluate potential
solutions. The book demonstrates, in three sections, a way to
design products that extend, amplify, and enhance human
capabilities. Human Factors Practice explains research context
including the operational environment and internal and external
influences. Human Factors Methods explains how to perform a wide
variety of procedures for human-oriented research and development.
Application demonstrates how to put the results to use.
|Country of origin:
Christopher P Nemeth
||Electronic book text
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