Tag: research design


Not Just For Fun: Gamers Helping Science

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Feb 2015

Not Just For Fun: Gamers Helping Science

Linda Varga Back in 2001, I was at a party where a guy mentioned that he was trying to find intelligent life in the universe using his home computer. At the time I thought it was the beer talking, but he explained that a program funded by NASA allowed home...

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Group of people that have created a large scale image of a magnifying glass

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Jan 2015

Focus on Focus Groups

When doing field research, there are many different ways to collect data. For most of the research that HSI® undertakes, it is important to collect both objective and subjective data. One common method of subjective data collection is that of the focus group. While there are countless guides available out...

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Planning Bachelor Parties: A Professional’s Guide

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Sep 2014

Planning Bachelor Parties: A Professional’s Guide

Alex Osborne I recently embarked on the difficult task of planning and organizing a bachelor party for my best friends’ wedding.  I can tell you from first-hand experience that proper planning, organizing and collaborative skills are critical for bachelor party success.  Trying to appease and organize twelve very different gentlemen...

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Size Matters

26

Sep 2014

Size Matters

NOTE:  Thanks to Brian Mangan, guest blogger and collaborator with Harry Angel on this project! Size matters?! How does that phrase apply to HSI®, a human factors consulting company, I hear you say? Well, I’m so glad you asked. In the context of systems integration and human factors, very little...

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