Service Brief: User Centered Human-Computer Interface Services By User Centered Design Services Inc.

Poorly designed human machine interfaces (HMIs) can prevent operators from responding to abnormal situations properly. But knowing what constitutes best practices for HMI and control room design can be difficult to determine, and difficult to apply to your specific situation.
By Control Engineering Staff February 27, 2009

Poorly designed human machine interfaces (HMIs) can prevent operators from responding to abnormal situations properly. But knowing what constitutes best practices for HMI and control room design can be difficult to determine, and difficult to apply to your specific situation. www.mycontrolroom.com consolidates advice and services from a group of companies dedicated to control room design and installation, including Command & Control Environments (CCE), DesignMatters and User Centered Design Services (UCDS). This service brief from UCDS described what’s involved in a HMI site assessment, best-practices workshop and custom style guide.

Service Brief: User Centered Human-Computer Interface Services