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July 23, 2019

E136 - Aircraft Safety, Hospital Noise, and Hospital Robots

E136 - Aircraft Safety, Hospital Noise, and Hospital Robots

Today is July 22nd, 2019 and it's an all new Huma…

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Today is July 22nd, 2019 and it's an all new Human Factors Cast hosted by Nick Roome, Blake Arnsdorff with special guest Jeff Olson. HUMAN FACTORS NEWS 35 Injured on Air Canada Flight to Australia After Aircraft Hits 'Sudden Turbulence' Video Captures Delta Air Lines MD-88 Engine Failing Mid-Flight Before Emergency Landing To Reduce Hospital Noise, Researchers Create Alarms That Whistle and Sing A hospital introduced a robot to help nurses. They didn’t expect it to be so popular It Came From Reddit Posted byu/bigfatbeard Seeking resources and insights on conducting a UAT (User Acceptance Testing). Hi everyone, I am conducting my first UAT in a couple of months and would to hear from those who have been a part of a UAT or conducted a UAT. I have found a couple of resources, but they are focused on the definition of UAT and the process. I am looking for insights, materials, tips, dos, and don'ts. I've moderated User Testing sessions in the past, but I feel this (UAT) may be a bit more involved. Posted byu/theUnknown I feel like I'm not learning enough at my internship. I'm a final year design student. I'm currently working at a design firm and it's one of the best in the country. But I haven't learnt a lot. I was supposed to work on a design project but I was assigned a research project that was more experimental and vague than I'd hoped for. My learning has been quite meagre and I'm disappointed because I turned down offers from one of the top 3 companies in the world and one of the fastest growing startups - they both paid a lot more and the name would've been a huge plus. I chose this because one of my design idols is a client here and this firm is moving very quickly. But over the last 2 months, I've effectively learnt nothing. I've realised that one. I'm quite poor and I do have to continue working. So, I now have 3 options ahead of me - stay at this firm and switch to a design project. I'll work on it for 6 weeks. I could switch to the project that includes my design idol or work on a new project with 2 good designers. switch to the start up that's doing really well. they offer more money and I know they tend to expect a lot of hands on work stop everything, resume my education at university (which sucks) and freelance In the future, I'd like to work at a small start-up and make a great product and build a great team. I know these sound like lofty goals but I do believe that I can do it. What will help me get there? Support us on Patreon: Follow us on LinkedIn: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on Facebook: Follow us on Soundcloud: Follow us on YouTube: Our official website: Follow Nick: Follow Blake: Video/photo editing by Offlineable: Join us on Slack: Take a deeper look into the human element in our ever changing digital world. Human Factors Cast is a podcast that investigates the sciences of psychology, engineering, biomechanics, industrial design, physiology and anthropometry and how it affects our interaction with technology. As an online source for human factors, psychology, and design news, Human Factors Cast is your essential resource for new, exciting stories in the field.

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