Articles by Tom Stewart
Mr. Stewart was a member of the HUSAT Research Group in Loughborough University in 1970. In 1981, he was one of the founders of the UX consultancy System Concepts. He has retired as Chairman in 2012 and was active in usability standards as Chair ISO TC159 SC4 Ergonomics of Human-System Interaction (from 1983 to 2017) and still chairs the Applied Ergonomics Committee at BSI. He is the Past President of the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors and founding Editor of the International Journal Behaviour and Information Technology in 1982. Currently, he is Deputy Chair of the Council for Work and Health and a trustee of the charity the Jubilee Sailing Trust.
A Personal Tribute to Nigel Bevan
Abstract As the title says, this is a personal tribute to the unique Nigel Bevan focusing on his role as project editor of the highly influential, original International Standard on usability ISO 9241–Part 11: Usability: Definitions and Concepts published in 1998. Keywords Nigel Bevan, usability concepts, usability design, Usability Standards, ISO 9241 Introduction Although I […] [Read More]