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Human Centric Research Design and Development
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What is “human centric” design?

Human centric design is based on the idea that an individual remains in a space of harmony while naturally seeking environmental interaction.

Vibrational concentric circles (much like a drop of water to the surface) are exemplary of the stasis sought through the plays of external and internal sustained attention. These are the waves of original thought.

Integrating the learning process while maintaining the balance of tool utilization versus transhumanism is vital in the Age of Information as the real-time “cognitive crush” resulting from human-machine interfaces (HMI) must be brought into question by researchers.

In considering that the essence of humanism is the experience with an interactive environment, this site hopes to gain insight on how organizing external chaos through internal sustained order can improve human-machine interfaces (HMI) by bringing a positive vibration to the wavelengths.

This is human centric design.

Design Process in Daily Life

#amomentwithmaghie Design Process in Daily Life Ponderings of life often bring strange questions and innovative perspectives. The design process allows an organized system to analyze these otherwise abstract notions. By asking “what is? what if? what wows? what works?” when…

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Consider the Source

#amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone As a human factors professional, minimizing error and adverse effects on system components must be considered when designing integrated processes or program parameters to improve the error and limitations of decision trees as well as other machine-learning algorithms…

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Natural Language

#amomentwithmaghie #discussionzone A constant influx of information does not allow for a mind to enter a state of high neuroplasticity at a low-level cognitive load which results in a new problem for the brain to solve. If viewed from a…

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