Conducted extensive formative and summative studies for submission to FDA including 3D micro-motion and EMG testing for determining device manipulation and needle pain in the use of consumer drug delivery devices.
In a multi-year engagement MNM executed business-critical human factors engineering research and complex user interface design programs resulting in creation of a new generation of screen-based (fixed and hand-held) trading systems that dramatically improved trading performance, reduced training time and reduced errors. Solutions verified by independent usability testing. Core concepts implemented by other major exchanges and trading platforms worldwide. MNM received Interactions Design award from Association of Computing Machines for this effort.
Conducted formal ergonomic analysis of subminiature production processes, workstation design, process design, production of advanced ergonomic workstations, and support tools. Also executed worker longevity predictions based on workplace optimization data.
Conducted extensive ergonomic and user prefererence testing for advanced consumer product concepts including application of robust 3D manipulation analysis, EMG testing, and large-scale market segmentation analysis.
Conducted extensive usability testing, UX optimization research, and UX design for series of critical DOD web interfaces for military personnel and DOD operational staff.
Conducted multi-year longitudinal usability testing and UX optimization research for multiple primary MTV media properties. Applied advanced cognitive modeling methods in optimization of teen interactions with new media sites.
Conducted extensive usability and information transfer analysis of online content categories and presentation formats focused on defining information structures that had the greatest impact on clinical outcomes of cancer patients.
Primary author in the creation, management, and promotion of influential amicus brief for SCOTUS Apple v. Samsung appeal. Brief signed by 113 world-famous designers and architects including: Dieter Rams, Calvin Klein, Sir Terrence Conran, Norman Foster, and many others.
Conducted extensive research in global financial service markets related to complex futures spread trading behaviors. Developed high-performance trading interfaces which resulted in production of multiple utility patents for GUI design.