Human factors in design


Human factors include ergonomic and aesthetic factors that influence the design[2] of products, systems, and environments. These factors may include, but are not limited to, the use of anthropometric, psychological, and sensory data[3] gathering and analysis techniques. An understanding of spatial relationships between people, objects, and their environments is important when considering human factors in design[1].

Terms definitions
1. human factors in design. Human factors include ergonomic and aesthetic factors that influence the design of products, systems, and environments. These factors may include, but are not limited to, the use of anthropometric, psychological, and sensory data gathering and analysis techniques. An understanding of spatial relationships between people, objects, and their environments is important when considering human factors in […]
2. design. Creating a plan or mock up of the new system or digital outcome based on all of the requirements and specifications that have been identified. « Back to Glossary Index
3. data. Raw facts or figures without context or meaning. e.g. 1, “Boris”, False « Back to Glossary Index