Dr David Usher founded InterAction of Bath in 1991 to provide services to Nuclear Electric in the field of human-computer interface design and user training.
Subsequently the company has worked for many UK blue-chip companies, in both the public and private sectors. In was incorporated in 1994 and registered with the Institute of Ergonomics and Human Factors in 1997.
The projects we have undertaken range from workstation assessments, to power station control-room design, from usability testing to Human Factors Integration in large military contracts.
We continue to expand our portfolio, in recent years developing expertise in health, safety and reliability. This is in many ways a natural extension of our Human Factors consultancy services: as systems become more complex, the ramifications of human error can become severe. In most safety cases there is some element of Human Factors assessment, particularly in military equipment.
We now cover all aspects of ergonomics, Human Factors, user-centred design and safety case development.