Automotive HMI design and participatory user involvement: Review and perspectives

Abstract : Automotive human-machine interface (HMI) design is facing new challenges due to the technological advances of the last decades. The design process has to be adapted in order to address human factors and road safety challenges. It is now widely accepted that user involvement in the HMI design process is valuable. However, the current form of user involvement in industry remains at the stages of concept assessment and usability tests. Moreover, the literature in other fields (e.g. information systems) promotes a broader user involvement with participatory design (i.e. the user is fully involved in the development process). This article reviews the established benefits of participatory design and reveals perspectives for automotive HMI quality improvement in a cognitive ergonomic framework.
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Mathilde Francois, François Osiurak, Alexandra Fort, Philippe Crave, Jordan Navarro. Automotive HMI design and participatory user involvement: Review and perspectives. Ergonomics, Taylor & Francis, 2016, 60 (4), pp. 541-552. ⟨10.1080/00140139.2016.1188218⟩. ⟨hal-01328167v2⟩

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