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Human factors in the design of CAD systems In applying human factors to the design of products and work places using programs like those mentioned in the previous chapter, what could be more logical than devoting the same effort to analysing the human factors aspects of the CAD work station itself? As visitors to any of the recent international computer graphics exhibitions will know, there are an increasing number of computer terminal manufacturers who will advertise their products as being 'ergonomically designed'.
These mainly concern the different European legislation requirements and perhaps also the way in which they think of the interior space of the car. They do have slightly different priorities perhaps, but on the whole we are talking about the differences between different industries rather than different requirements between different countries. I am thinking mainly of the UK, Germany and America, which are the three areas in which I have had most experience. How long can somebody stay in front of a terminal before they have to be dragged away?