The purpose of the course is to provide the participants with tools that can help them assess and design easy-to-operate user interfaces. The course offers an introduction to “Man-Machine Interface”.
Then follows a number of methods that can be used in the MMI development:
- User perceptions – detailed user experience
- The KJ method – on organising a large number of user statements
- Character descriptions – it helps to be able to put faces and names on the users
- Design degrees of freedom – what can we change?
- User trials – because user friendliness is best assessed by observing real users work with the product
The course is made up of a series of presentations followed by discussions and exercises.
The course is intended for development and design professionals as well as industrial designers who work in the mechanical and mechatronical industries.
The duration of the course depends on the contents and varies from half a day to several days. The course is a standard course, which can be adapted to fit the individual company.
The teaching staff is made up of IPU staff with several years of experience in design and development projects.
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