UserWise’s Shannon Clark recently participated in an expert panel discussion hosted by the San Francisco Bay Area Biomedical Engineering Society focusing on important questions that companies encounter when trying to apply Human Factors and Usability for Medical Devices. A variety of questions, originating from the audience and from the experts own experience, were deliberated and answered throughout the night. The common theme that emerged from this panel was that human factors is now being recognized as an essential part of the medical device development process...Read More
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Shannon Clark’s recent talk at Santa Clara University informed prospective engineers on the importance of human factors and usability testing. Professor Gerardo Noriega’s classroom included the next generation of Santa Clara University bioengineers, as well as a handful of local startups. The audience was lead through how early implementation of human factors in the design process can reduce potential risk and cost through the product’s lifecycle.