Ergonomics often seems to be involved too late in commercial project development processes to have substantive impact on design and usability. However, in the automotive industry, and specifically in relation to In-Vehicle Information Systems (IVIS), a lack of attention to usability can not only lead to poor customer satisfaction, it can also prese
Introduction. Context-of-Use as a Factor in Determining the Usability of In-Vehicle Information Systems. In-Vehicle Information Systems to Meet the Needs of Drivers. A Usability Evaluation Framework for In-Vehicle Information Systems. The Trade-Off between Context and Objectivity in an Analytic Evaluation of In-Vehicle Interfaces. To Twist or Poke? A Method for Identifying Usability Issues with Direct and Indirect Input Devices for Control of In-Vehicle Information Systems. Modelling the Hare and the Tortoise: Predicting IVIS Task Times for Fast, Middle, and Slow Person Performance using Critical Path Analysis. Visual Attention on the Move: There Is More to Modelling than Meets the Eye. Summary of Contributions and Future Challenges. References. Index.