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Chapter 23: Selling ‘Ergonomic’ Products: Different Approaches for Different Applications

by Guy Osmond Practitioner summary This chapter considers issues in the selling of ‘ergonomic products’, emphasising different approaches for different applications: individual, departmental and organisational. The supply of ‘ergonomic’ products is most effective in individual cases to address disabilities or … Continue reading

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Chapter 21: Human Factors and Ergonomics Practice for Consumer Product Design: Differentiating Products by Better Design

by Dan Jenkins Practitioner summary The category of consumer products is incredibly diverse; it ranges from relatively simple products, such as toothbrushes, through to complex electronic devices, such as smartphones. Unlike the domains in which human factors/ergonomics (HF/E) was born … Continue reading

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