Join us for the first UXPA event of 2020!
Many design frameworks and principles tend to focus on anticipated and common events. In addition to common events, operators and users of complex systems are also confronted with unanticipated events that are often precursors to major accidents.
Ecological interface design (EID) is a theoretical framework developed for designing user interfaces to support operators in problem solving during unanticipated events. EID has been accruing substantial design and empirical research evidence to support its effectiveness in support operators during unanticipated events.
This workshop begins with an overview of EID and a review of several ecological interfaces as case studies. The workshop continues with outlining the process of carry out analysis and design prescribed by the framework, and working through a few examples as a group. The workshop concludes with open discussion about the EID and other design methods.
Thanks to our sponsor Grow, this event is free!!!
*Registration is required to attend the workshop
**Must be UXPA Norfolk member to attend.
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Our sponsor for this event:
Dr. Nathan Lau
Dr. Lau's ongoing research projects include: (i) concept of operations and display design research in cyber-security for remotely piloted aircrafts operations center, (ii) hardware-and-human-in-the-loop research program for nuclear process control, (iii) efficiency investigation of the manufacturing and repairing processes of jet engine turbines, (iv) development of a driver distraction alert system using motion capture and sonification technology, and (v) usability and evaluation study for an artificial pancreas.