Jonathan Earthy

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A process model for human-centred activities in the system lifecycle based on ISO 13407, the British HCI Group ISM, the Philips HPI model and Eason and Harker's human system maturity model. The background to the model is described. The model describes seven processes each defined by a set of base practices. The base practices are defined. A set of work(More)
This document describes the RESPECT framework for user requirements specification. The process is divided into a number of stages for gathering user requirements and developing the system concept. A range of data gathering methods are described to support the user requirements capture process. CONTACTS This guide was produced by the RESPECT project. The(More)
Human-centred design processes for interactive systems are de"ned in ISO 13407 and the associated ISO TR 18529. The publication of these standards represents a maturing of the discipline of user-centred design. The systems development community see that (at last) Human Factors has processes which can be managed and integrated with existing project(More)
Human-centred design processes for interactive systems are defined in ISO 13407 and the associated ISO TR 18529. The publication of these standards represents a maturing of the discipline of user-centred design. The systems development community see that (at last) Human Factors has processes which can be managed and integrated with existing project(More)
In 1996 representatives of the Human Computer Interaction community organised a discussion at the conference Software Process Improvement '96. This discussion explored the benefits of and approaches to the improvement of the human centred (HC) parts of system development. The panel used a number of case studies to describe the HC approach to systems(More)
The British HCI Group and UPA have both investigated professional accreditation schemes. The UPA is working towards producing a Body of Knowledge that could support certification. The BHCIG is seeking to incorporate human centred design skills into the existing UK IT skills frameworks. 1. BACKGROUND Over the last few years there has been a large increase in(More)
An organisational human-centredness maturity scale based on Flanaghan's Usability Leadership scale, Sherwood-Jones' Total System maturity model and ISO 13407. The background to the scale is described. The scale has six levels defined by a set of attributes. Each attribute is defined by one or more management practices performed at that level. The management(More)