I once observed simulated combat first responder training for military medics. I asked the leader (who was a retired army colonel and physician) if their students were making what seemed like basic mistakes to me because they know it isn’t real and therefore aren’t performing at their best. He responded he had seen many times […]
Posts by Paul Charlebois
Picture this: you are in a meeting with your client setting requirements for their new medical device and the subject of the user interface comes up (and I mean the interface, not the GUI). Of course the client wants a sexy solution to his/her device, therefore a touchscreen must be the solution.