Jonathan Earthy

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JONATHAN EARTHY, Lloyd’s Register, 71 Fenchurch Street, London, UK, EC3Y 9BS. E-mail: BRIAN SHERWOOD JONES, Process Contracting Limited, 6 Burgh Rd., Prestwick, Ayrshire KA9 1QU. E-mail: NIGEL BEVAN, Serco Usability Services, 22 Hand Court, London WC1V 6JF. E-mail: (Received 27(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)
ISO 13407 is a description of best practice in user centred design. It provides guidance on design activities that take place throughout the life cycle of interactive systems. It describes an iterative development cycle where product requirements specifications correctly account for user and organisational requirements as well as specifying the context in(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)
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