Failing to consider the user-device interaction and lacking an intuitive design can risk patient and user safety for devices.
We work to the international standard for usability engineering, IEC 62366. This ensures that human factors and user interface is considered at every step of device development. Users will be able to quickly understand how to interact with a product in the most efficient and error-free manner.
Human Factors Testing
User research to generate valuable insights is critical for inclusive design.
We provide comprehensive and informative early-stage human factors testing improving confidence on which concept to take forward into engineering.
We involve our engineers at the concept design phase to create prototypes that can replicate the key device characteristics of every individual project, such as button activation forces, audible clicks or functional elements.
Human Factors Studies
Our expert Human Factors team can facilitate formative usability tests, or we collaborate with our external partners on summative studies for device validation.
We focus on the interaction between the individual and the product, and the usability of the device to enable safe, effective and reliable administration of a treatment.
We apply proven methodologies and detailed analysis to validate every design solution, working to IEC 62366, usability standards, and FDA regulations.
Patient Information Design
With this in mind, we will work closely with you to ensure that the information necessary to your device is presented in a clear and structured manner, in accordance with relevant standards, to instil solid user and patient confidence.