Speaker World Usability Congress 2020

Mike Hanna

Director, CAT-i

Usability in the Oil and Gas worker is a matter of life and death. Operational behaviors involving risk must be driven by procedures – that is the law. Traditionally documents are well written and technically accurate but are not engineered for usability. The results can be fatal. Usability engineering save lives. We can demonstrate, with real world examples, how usability engineering can reduce accidents.

Behavior driving procedures cannot be crafted with the traditional tools of technical writing. Users are not readers. The pressures of regulatory compliance, process complexity, and a wide spectrum of risk require documents to compensate for human behavioral needs. By applying research about human behavior, the Petrochemical industry is adopting behavioral methodologies to make the workers safer and more efficient. Safety and Usability cannot be separated.


Mike will be presenting at the World Usability Congress 2020.

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UX Crash and Burn: UX brought down the 737 Max

UX Crash and Burn: UX brought down the 737 Max and it is UX that can save lives. On October 29, 2018 Lion Air flight 610 crashed into the Java Sea killing 189 passengers and crew. On March 10th 2019, Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed, killing

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Year: 2020

Date: Wednesday, October 21st

Time: 15:15


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