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Improving patient safety via the user interface design: checking errors off the list

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re: Improving patient safety via the user interface design: checking errors off the list
DrFPGA   3/25/2011 2:10:21 AM
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Check out The Design of Everyday Things by Donald Norman. It is a must read for anyone doing design work that needs to be quickly understood by the user.

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t.alex   3/11/2011 3:48:55 PM
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As a matter of fact, this has lots of things to human behavior and habits. Certain psychological factors have to be taken into consideration when it comes to GUI design like this. Interesting article.

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