MHRA Human Factors Guidance 2017

The MHRA Human Factors Guidance 2017 document has been published. Inspired Usability published an article summarising the guidance in Med-Tech Innovation News. An extended version of the article is shown below The MHRA recently released a guidance document on the human factors aspects of design for medical devices including those in drug-device combination products. The guidance is not a compliance requirement however states … Read More

Brain Scanning User Research

Inspired Usability is working with Unitive Design & Analysis on an Innovate UK funded feasibility study (see the press release here). As a user researcher I often get a chance to observe the use of medical devices and talk to the clinicians and patients who interact them. In order to get firsthand experience of a MEG scanner I volunteered to take part in part … Read More

Quantum Brain Imaging

Inspired Usability is proud to be involved in this exciting project with UDA. It’s not often you get a brain scan as part of your user research strategy but that is the plan.  See link for more details

A good start to 2017

I just received news that my application to become a Registered member of the Chartered Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors has been approved first time. I am now officially a “Chartered Ergonomist & Human Factors Specialist” and add the post-nominal C.ErgHF to my name. My application included a logbook describing 15 different projects representing key Human Factors work I … Read More

Inspired Usability in the news

Inspired Usability was featured in Medlink’s Winter publication. We ran a series of home base interviews for start-up company Konnektis.

Welcome to Inspired Usability

Inspired Usability

Inspired Usability website launch Welcome to our new website. We hope you enjoy having a look around. We look forward to hearing your comments. We will be posting articles and information on our blog about Human Factors and User research over time.