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Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics 2014 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics 20 Volume Set: Proceedings of the 5th AHFE Conference 19-23 July 2014 Advances in The Human Side of Service Engineering Louis Freund and Wojciech Cellary Advances in Human Factors and Sustainable Infrastructure Jerzy Charytonowicz Advances in Human Aspects of Healthcare Vincent Duffy and Nancy Lightner Advances in Applied Digital Human Modeling Vincent Duffy Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making Sae Schatz. III) Neville Stanton. Steve Landry Giuseppe Di Bucchianico and Andrea Vallicelli Advances in Safety Management and Human Factors Pedro Arezes and Paulo Carvalho Advances in Cognitive Engineering and Neuroergonomics Kay Stanney and Kelly Hale Advances in Social and Organizational Factors Peter Vink Advances in The Ergonomics in Manufacturing: Managing the Stefan Trzcielinski and Waldemar Karwowski Enterprise of the Future Advances in Physical Ergonomics and Human Factors (Part I. Joseph Cohn and Denise Nicholson Advances in Human Factors. II. Technology. Higher Education and Society in Tadeusz Marek the Conceptual Age: STHESCA . II. II) Tareq Ahram and Renliu Jang Advances in Ergonomics In Design. Software. III) Advances in Affective and Pleasurable Design Yong Gu Ji and Sooshin Choi Advances in Science. Usability & Special Populations Marcelo Soares and Francisco Rebelo (Part I. and Systems Engineering Ben Amaba and Brian Dalgetty Advances in Human Aspects of Transportation (Part I.



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Table of Contents Section 14: User-Centered Design I Ergonomics versus inclusive design spaces – The case study of 3 The National Tile Museum M. Papin. Moriguchi. Weippert. Germany Build an ergonomics program for an industrial international group 53 J. R. A theoretical and practical research with specialists of the area A. G. Takekawa. Bedny. F. Bedny. Vieira. H. Soares. L. Goncalves. W. Tavares. Lehmann. Portugal The system ergonomics and usability as a measurement of the 21 software agents impact to the organization B. Albuquerque. Foltran. S. Brazil Human vs. Brazil Section 16: Ergonomics in the Automotive Industry 95 Anthropometric consideration of interior design of city buses A. Stojiljkovic. Sato. machine in life science automation: Comparing 45 effectiveness of manual and automated 3-D cell culturing processes R. Thibault and J. Poland Section 15: Ergonomics in the Analysis and Design of Production Systems Worker’s perception on ergonomic workstation analysis: A 35 descriptive study of L-shaped desk usage C. Moreira da Silva. K. Coury and T. Portugal An approach through painting to XIX century fashion ergonomic 15 issues H. France Ergonomics in industry: Various sectors contributing to the 61 development of a new product A. K. Kopka and M. Albuquerque. Balbinotti and L. Souza and M. Thurow. Stoll and M. Karwowski and I. Viera. J. Serbia vii . A. Sofijanic and E. Żytniewski. Delgado and F. USA The influence of the stress of logistics professionals in the 84 organization's results. Brazil Time structure analysis in task with manual components of work 73 G. J. Zunjic.

Mendonca. L. Germana. Brazil A product design process to evaluate users’ intrinsic satisfaction— 140 Designing center consoles in cars S. Brazil/Finland viii . Japan A comparative study of design perceptions of vehicle cluster 165 instruments by designers and non-designers in India and Germany P. Balbinotti. Pushing and pulling risk assessment in Fiat Group Automobiles 107 industrial reality: Methods to analyze critical operative conditions according to ISO 11228-2 principles D. M. Suzuki and M.what is the specific challenge for 176 elderly drivers? K. C. Zimmer. Murata. Yamamoto. Balbinotti. Baracco. Sessa and L. M. Bruder. S. Almeida and J. Erol. Ghibaudo. G. Coggiola. F. Shippen. Japan Section 17: Transportation Design Effectiveness auditory and vibrotactile cuing of driver attention 155 under noisy environment A. Querol. T. J. Nakanishi. Cabral and R. T. I. Lopes. Richards and C. Brazil/Italy Section 18: Ergonomics in Design of Workstations II Work ergonomic analysis and change laboratory: Similarities and 193 complementarities between interventionist methods R. Lombardi. R. Germany Maneuvering in intersections . M. Seppanen. M. Lima. Varasquin. M. Kalenahalli Sudarshan. UK The benefits of developing people to acquire competences in 123 ergonomics A. Spada. Vieira and N. Dahmen-Zimmer and A. Italy Effects of appearance on perceived comfort of automobile seats 115 T. Kuroda and M. Vieira and G. G. Mendes. Kanbayashi. Kauer and R. A. T. Filho. F. Brazil Ergonomic and financial benefits reached through the application of 131 a Kaizen culture:Theoretical and practical study in an automotive industry L. Colossi. Kurihara. Muraji. D. L. Vilela. Johnson. Diels. Germany Synesthetic metering for speed 182 J.

Vigouroux. L. France Visual comfort and human wellbeing at coworking environs 316 C. Poland. Karvonen. Bergman. Wahlstrom. F. E. Sweden Software interfaces of the Jaco Robotic Arm: Results of a focus 305 group N. Vella. Alecki and C. Matsuura and M. G. Mannonen. Gomes and S. V. Sauzin. D. Canina. C. A. Leber. Germany Designing for future professional activity: Examples from ship bridge 238 operation design M. Kromker. Caramelo Gomes and M. Gust and A. Fattal. Curin and M. Backstrand and L. A library based tool to assist the generative activity in workstation 206 design C. Unlu. UK. Spundflasch and H. Saunders. L. Leynaert. Portugal Wearable devices: A design approach through biodesign and 284 ergonomics M. Finland Section 19: Virtual Reality and Digital Environment II Nonlinear dynamical analysis of eye movement characteristics 251 A. Germany Intangible cultural heritage and digital communications 271 C. H. D. O'Sullivan. Costa. Hogberg. Slovenia The user-oriented integration of decision support system for tunnel 227 control: Challenges in methodic and design S. T. Portugal ix . Moody and J. Preto. Petit. M. Japan Comfort optimization method for work equipment based on a digital 263 hand model P. Italy Accessibility passport model for designing inclusive games – A 297 requirement engineering viewpoint M. Sweden ERGO WORK . C. Moestam.Creating the best places to work 215 G. Mustaquim. Murata. Kaasinen and P. Moriwaka. C.

Soares. Lotero. B.-T. Fukuzumi. Tirloni. M. Soares. Moro. Wang and X. Colombia Space usability study from the point of view of the teacher in public 353 schools from 1st to 5th grade in the city of Bauru. Wang. Guo. Brazil Proposal of a method to clarify customer needs using HI (human 371 interface) patterns R. USA Usability evaluation of engineering research center for compact 416 efficient fluid power website D. E. Kawanishi and Y. O. Martins and M. Qu. Saenz. Okubo. Ye. Japan Section 21: Interaction Design and Usability Evaluation Influence of web usability as stimulus to generate positive emotions 385 I. Soares and A.Section 20: Ergonomics. Mexico/Brazil Research of website interaction design based on UX F. Mexico Usability test for a bank service website 394 R. Placido da Silva. Japan Anthropometry as a resource in the learning process of ergonomics 345 / human factors & design L. Landa-Avila and L. Caversan and J. Jiang. Prado-Leon. 403 China Terminology matters: About labeling used in the user interfaces of 410 home networking devices A. W. Y. Cadavid and G. Leak and S. Product and Work Design I An ergonomic vision of actors and resources in distance education 331 environment I. SP. Zhang.-X. Brazil Influence of the school furniture design on the body posture of 364 college students A. Sevilla. Imai. A.-Y. D. Brazil Development of e-Learning system for network education and 336 visualization C. Tanikawa and S.-S. H. CossyLeon-Perez. USA x . Martins. E. Reis. Q. X. Moallem. Davis. Gallardo-Vazquez and M. Brazil A.

T. Patriarca and A. Simoes-Marques and I. R. Spitz. USA Development of a method based on ergonomics activity analysis in 462 order to enhance knowledge and skills in product design comfort F. Buisine and A. Feller. Figa and S. Nunes. M. Gielo-Perczak. Finland An application of ballistic movement method for evaluating the 542 effects of movement direction using a standard mouse R. Lin. Grepo. U. Paschoarelli. Silvennoinen. Correia and M. Sznelwar. Campos. Italy Ergonomic engineering of a mobile walker 521 S. N. Gross. Tsai. Marinas. Barre.Section 22: Design Methods and Techniques Data gathering for ergonomic and design evaluations: Issues and 429 pitfalls F. Brazil Section 23: Ergonomics and Product Design Usability evaluation of the MOSES (Monitoring and Operating 489 System for Emergency Services Tablet) S. linking the physical and cognitive aspects? K. Aoussat. France Application of a user-centred design approach to the definition of a 443 knowledge base development tool M. Carillo. Lin. Neves. Matos. Muller and N. W. Portugal Ergonomic design for young users of mobile phones 510 C. Salerno. Soares. Placido da Silva and L. D.-C. C. Relator and L. Portugal Multi-method systems modeling and analysis: Is it possible to apply 455 holistic design.-Y. Brazil PLT (Persona Logical Thinking): A method to generate user 436 requirements for multidisciplinary design teams J. I. J. Giliberti. Brazil Prototype-centered design: For a better interactive design process 474 M.-H. Kamp. Germany Surprise as a design strategy in goal-oriented mobile applications 531 A. S. Mujica and L. Huang and M. Philippines Usability-based mobile phone selection for communications in 498 emergency situations I. Y. Taiwan xi . Nunes. Germany. D. Lincoln. and J. Alcoforado.

Brazil An expert system approach for ergonomic evaluation of advanced 572 manufacturing technology A. Soares. Olaya. Weippert. E. Munoz and M. Soares. Hernandez. Realyvasquez Vargas. Martins and M. Lehmann. Santos. I. R. Robert and G. Soares. Canada Ergonomic evaluation of workstation furniture for wheelchair users 611 with reference to Brazilian Standards ABNT NBR-9050 and NR-17 on Ergonomics C. Martins. Neto and R. Thurow and R. I. Radu Moga. P. L. Germany Ergonomic design thinking . Mexico The knowledge changes in the behaviour under the focus of 583 cognitive ergonomics S. Brazil The fault tree in aviation-Always ends in humans 595 E. Brazil Classification of Seating Postures 621 D. Rodrigues. Santos. Chaiklieng.Approaching ergonomics through a 560 new way for performing innovation in the workplace M. Martins and M. Suggaravetsiri and J. Ahmadpour. Waldron. W. Martins. Thailand/New Zealand Study of body postures adopted in public spaces to define furniture 638 design principles J.Section 24: Ergonomics and Cognition in Aviation Physiological workload response of laboratory staff during simulated 553 life science processes M. Zhang. Rieger. Maldonado-Macias.-M. A. Santos and M. Giraldo. Brazil Ergonomics and Cognition in Manual and Automated Flight 588 E. P. Lindgaard. Garcia-Alcaraz. K. A. J. Stewart. Romania Incidence of low back pain in relation to sedentary workstation 630 design and anthropometric assessments S. Soares. Colombia xii . Stoll. Martins and M. J. Brazil Section 25: Seating Ergonomics and Body Posture Impact of the seat on aircraft passenger comfort experience in the 603 cabin interior N. A. J.

Studeli. Raposo Martins and F. Switzerland Ergonomics in children's furniture – emotional attachment 692 C. Silva and L. Portugal Cognitive ergonomics in the communication design process: Results 658 from a study carried out with a sample of students M. Vicente and J. Portugal Graphic design as a user-centered interface 669 D. R. Dias. Salvador. Almendra and F. Cadarso. Moreira da Silva and R. Paschoarelli. J. Almendra. Portugal Pressure distribution on hand's palm as evaluation technique of 700 product design D.Section 26: Sustainable Design III The car segment reconceptualization in Portugal: New users. Martins. new 649 functions P. Dinis. F. Brazil Teaching HFE in industrial/product design courses in Portugal 709 A. Portugal xiii . Moreira da Silva. Moreira da Silva. Portugal Ergonomic recommendations for the design of pacifiers 679 T.

theories and applications of human factors knowledge focusing on the discovery. the effect of changes in force and kinematics. for developing products that can improve safety and human performance and at same time. cognitive performance. We hope this book is informative. but even more . This book will be of special value to a large variety of professionals. particularly the elderly. The sections that cover “Virtual Reality and Digital Environment”. User Studies. The book is organized into three volumes with a total of thirty-eight sections that focus on the following subject matters: Devices and user interfaces. which can influence the design. design and understanding of human interaction and usability issues with products and systems for their improvement. researchers and students in the broad field of human modeling and performance who are interested in feedback of devices’ interfaces (visual and haptic). tools and technologies depends on usable designs and accommodating the needs of potential users without requiring costly training. In this context. Part I: Section 1: Human Factors and Ergonomics in Design of Safety-Critical Systems Section 2: Sustainable Design I Section 3: Interface Design I Section 4: Human Factors Applications Section 5: Design and Human Behavior I Section 6: The Role and Functions of Professional Certification Organizations Section 7: Design and Applied Anthropometry I Section 8: Ergonomics in Design of Workstations I Section 9: Virtual Reality and Digital Environment I Section 10: Sustainable Design II Section 11: Design and Human Behavior II Section 12: Design and Applied Anthropometry II Section 13: Interface Design II Part II: Section 14: User-Centered Design I Section 15: Ergonomics in the Analysis and Design of Production Systems Section 16: Ergonomics in the Automotive Industry Section 17: Transportation Design xiv .that it is thought provoking. in the design of consumer products. particularly the elderly. “Product and design evaluation” and “Sustainable design” employs a variety of research methods and user-centered evaluation approaches. user-centered design. In the sections that cover “User studies. and Sustainable Design. the efficiency of the system. tools and workplaces is discussed. and design for special populations. applications. In the sections that cover “Devices and user interfaces” the focus is on optimization of user devices. Virtual Reality and Digital Environment . Usability evaluations are reported for different kinds of products and technologies. We hope it inspires. Product Design and Evaluation. leading the reader to contemplate other questions. this book is concerned with emerging ergonomics in design concepts. with emphasis on visual and haptic feedback. physiology.Preface Successful interaction with products. and potential solutions in creating good designs for all.” the focus goes to the limits and capabilities of special populations. Generally.

user-centered design. Arezes. USA R. Australia W. researchers and students in the broad field of human performance who are interested in feedback of devices’ interfaces (visual and haptic). Portugal B. da Silva. Product and Work Design I Section 21: Interaction Design and Usability Evaluation Section 22: Design Methods and Techniques Section 23: Ergonomics and Product Design Section 24: Ergonomics and Cognition in Aviation Section 25: Seating Ergonomics and Body Posture Section 26: Sustainable Design III Section 27: Ergonomics. Fukuzumi. Goebel. M. B. We hope it inspires. Bruder. Italy D. da Silva. PR China T. Section 18: Ergonomics in Design of Workstations II Section 19: Virtual Reality and Digital Environment II Section 20: Ergonomics. PR China M. L. E. Amaba.that it is thought provoking. Macedo. The Netherlands A. We would like to thank the Editorial Board members for their contributions. Rebelo. Brazil F. particularly the elderly. Friesdorf. P. Brazil S. but even more . and design for special populations. Product and Work Design II Part III: Section 28: Human Factors and Ergonomics in Information Design Section 29: Product Design Section 30: Ergonomics in the Design of Products and Services Section 31: Ergonomics and Usability Evaluation Section 32: Sustainable Design IV Section 33: Ergonomics. Jiang. USA E. Zhang. Hignett. Paschoarelli. Brazil A. USA P. USA L. Korea E. Accessibility and Built Environment Section 34: Sustainable Innovation Section 35: Ergonomics and Design for Elderly People Section 36: Assistive Technology Section 37: Ergonomic Design in Healthcare and Childcare Section 38: Design of Protective Clothing and Safety This book will be of special value to a large variety of professionals. Japan xv . P. Malaysia S. Portugal S. Ji. leading the reader to contemplate other questions. Stephanidis. UK M.Rice USA S. Portugal Y. Li. J.Landry. Thomas. Prado. Portugal W. Germany F. Greece B. Yamaoka. Japan J. Moallem. Mexico V. Taiwan L. Brazil S. Summerskill. Korea M. and potential solutions in creating good designs for all. applications. Attaianese. Portugal L. Filgueiras. UK C. We hope this book is informative. Ward. Germany W. South Africa B. Portugal Z. Hwang. Okimoto. Feathers. Noriega. Yeo. C. Duarte.

Urban Planning and Design (CIAUD) Ergonomics Laboratory. Brazil Editors xvi . Portugal Marcelo Soares Federal University of Pernambuco Recife. Faculdade de Motricidade Human University of Lisbon Lisbon. July 2014 Francisco Rebelo Centre for Architecture.