User and design requirements and production of evidence: using incident analysis data to (1) inform user scenarios and bow ties, and (2) generate user and design requirements

This paper reports on an innovative human–machine interaction methodology adopted to assess the case, role and requirements for a new ground collision awareness technology. Specifically, this paper reports on the analysis of ground collision incident data and the subsequent advancement of user scenarios and bow-ties based on this data analysis, for the purpose of generating preliminary user and design requirements for this technology. In so doing, the requirements elicitation and validation methods used in this research are framed from an epistemological perspective. Accordingly, the particular methods adopted are presented and discussed in terms of concepts of evidence, bearing witness and the distinction between facts and values. As such, this paper promotes thinking about evidence-based design practices. Overall, this evidence-based approach aims to improve the development of scenarios and associated problem solving around technology cases, user requirements and user interface design features. The proposed method is useful in terms of bridging the gap from data analysis to design, and validating design decisions. In this regard, it is argued that the generation of user scenarios based on the analysis of incident data (i.e. data coding and statistical analysis), and the reframing of such scenarios in terms of bow-ties for the purpose of requirements/design envisionment, extends existing scenario-based design approaches. Although the use of bow-ties is not new, the advancement of bow-ties from data-driven scenarios is. Specifically, the bow-tie method was applied in a design context, to support problem solving around design decisions, as opposed to formal risk analysis.

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  • Accession Number: 01663871
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Feb 15 2018 2:49PM