Take a couple of minutes and think about the equipment you use. Provide an example of a good or bad human factor designed device based on what you have learned about memory.
Human factors can be explained as automation that is tied into perceptions that enable the human operator in fulfilling well-defined tasks (Shulte, Meltinger, & Onken, 2009). The human factor is associated with a person interacting with a machine in a specific environment, and factors that are characteristic of humans including cognitive (e.gl, attention, memory), social properties (interaction), and physical properties (hearing, vision) are stressed. A good example of a human-factor designed device associated with equipment that I use often, and depend uponâ"is the cell phone.
Studies have shown the cell phone to play a significant role as a memory devices designed to help persons, who are experiencing memory loss and/or deficits. As an ...
This soluton provides an example of a good or bad human factor concerning memory.