Posts Tagged ‘usability testing’

Improving Technology through Your Feedback

Posted in Event on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015. No comments yet
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I recently upgraded my home’s thermostats with the Sensi thermostat, made by the Emerson Climate Technologies business group. I mention this because human centered design (HCD) is the subject of today’s post. Sensi thermostats are great examples of the Internet of Things combined with an intuitive user experience. I’m easily able to remotely control the […]

Impacting Technology Advancements at Emerson Exchange Conference

Posted in Event on Friday, September 12th, 2014. No comments yet
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Update and bump: If you’ll be joining us in Orlando in a couple of weeks, you can now sign up for the Usability Testing to influence the direction of many important technologies. Original Post: The Emerson Global Users Exchange conference is the preeminent conference for knowledge exchange for process automation and instrumentation professionals using Emerson […]

User Testing at Emerson Exchange Stuttgart Conference

Posted in Event on Thursday, January 23rd, 2014. One comment so far
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In an earlier post, Human-Centered Design [HCD] in Action, we noted that those skilled in HCD are skilled at methods for observing human experience (looking), methods for analyzing challenges and opportunities (understanding), and methods for envisioning future possibilities (making). Emerson’s Jay Elkerton, Director of Human Centered Design, shared with me that HCD-based user testing will […]