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Organization of basic human skills and abilities
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Color choices with less then 2% misidentification rates
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Simple reaction time for various senses
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Example: Overview X-Ray: Equipment and movement
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Comprehensibility of some standardized symbols, AAMITIR 60878
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You can't tell the number of results
and there is a scroll bar
The number of results is clearl...
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Bad Example – Radio buttons are not appropriate when there
are only two options
Good Example –...
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This progress bar looks like it is stuck at
99%. Ideally the progress bar should be
hidden whe...
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Font design influences the
ability to differentiate “1” and “7”
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f) Scrolling: Avoid using scrolling lists and slider bars. Difficult to
slide a finger across ...
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All popups are evil but
this may be the most
annoying one in
history.
How ironic that the
popu...
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Popup with the
dimmed
background is
much more
intuitive
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Sample of medical workstations
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Human factors for medical devices -  Do it by design
Human factors for medical devices -  Do it by design
Human factors for medical devices -  Do it by design
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Human factors for medical devices - Do it by design

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This presentation based on the AAMI HE75 gives an introduction about how to take care about human factors in the user interface and interaction for medical devices.

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  46. 46. 01August 2013Oliver Schreck Comprehensibility of some standardized symbols, AAMITIR 60878
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  61. 61. 01August 2013Oliver Schreck You can't tell the number of results and there is a scroll bar The number of results is clearly displayed.
  62. 62. 01August 2013Oliver Schreck Bad Example – Radio buttons are not appropriate when there are only two options Good Example – These yes/no questions have a better representation with checkboxes
  63. 63. 01August 2013Oliver Schreck This progress bar looks like it is stuck at 99%. Ideally the progress bar should be hidden when completed and replaced by a green tick
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  81. 81. 01August 2013Oliver Schreck f) Scrolling: Avoid using scrolling lists and slider bars. Difficult to slide a finger across flat surfaces and stop it on a precise spot. Buttons are generally easier to use than a slider for scrolling up and down.A slider can be a good design option to help the user move rapidly through a set of options.A slider also offers the advantage of indicating one’s place within a scrolling list.
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