Articles by Daryle Gardner-Bonneau
Dr. Gardner-Bonneau is a Fellow of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and has been involved in ergonomics/human factors standards for over 20 years. She has co-authored and co-edited two human factors books—Human Factors and Voice Interactive Systems (2008) and Human Factors and Medical Device Design (2011).
Working on International Standards with Nigel Bevan: In Fond Remembrance
Abstract This article summarizes what it was like to work on standards with Nigel Bevan in two working groups of ISO/TC159. I hope it gives those who never had an opportunity to work with Nigel some idea of the contributions he made and some of the reasons he was such an important guiding force in […] [Read More]
Is Technology Becoming More Usable—or Less—and With What Consequences?
My name is Daryle Gardner-Bonneau. I am 56 years old, and technology seems to have left me behind. I never thought I would be standing on the wrong side of the digital divide, but this is where I seem to be, and I appear to be moving ever further from the deepening chasm that divides […] [Read More]