Ergonomic requirements for work with visual displays based on flat panels. This part contains requirements and recommendations for 8 commonly used pointer icons that represent a pointer associated with a physical input device. Part 10 , withdrawn "Dialogue principles":
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The recommendations cover form structure and output considerations, input considerations, and form navigation.
International standards for HCI and usability
Information Technology horma Evaluation of Software Products ISO was originally titled Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals VDTs and consisted of the following parts:.
Pen-based interfaces - Common Gestures for isp editing with pen-based systems. This page was last edited on 9 Marchat An operationalisation of ISO Retrieved from " https: This part provides recommendations for the design of menus used in user-computer dialogues. Reproduction permitted provided the source is acknowledged. Unlike the software standards, most of these standards contain explicit requirements. Parts are intended to be used by both designers and evaluators of user interfaces, but the focus is primarily towards the designer.
This part contains a framework for the 924 and design of icons, including general requirements and recommendations applicable to all icons.
Guide to the design and noram of on-screen documentation for users of application software The EU-funded INUSE project has developed a more detailed procedure and a set of criteria that can be used to assess how closely a development process has followed the norms of ISO Final draft for vote and editorial comment by national bodies.
This standard describes how to establish what information users need, how to determine the way in which that information should be presented to the users, and how then to prepare the information and make it available. Ergonomics of human-system interaction - Human-centred lifecycle process descriptions. Usability methods supporting human centred design.
ISO - Ergonomics of human-system interaction -- Part Dialogue principles
This standard defines isl set of basic gesture commands and feedback for pen interfaces. Complete draft for vote and technical comment by national bodies. It was originally titled Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals VDTs.
This part of ISO explains the terminology and provides definitions in the area of mental workload.
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ISO contains ergonomic requirements for the design of control centres. Fundamental aspects are regulated in standards ending with one zero. This standard specifies how the cursor should move on the 921 in response to the use of cursor control keys. The Supplier's Directive EEC, requires that the technical specifications used for procurement by public bodies must make reference to relevant standards adopted by the European standards body CEN.
Control room layout Part 4: Quality in use is the combined effect of the six categories of software quality when the product is in use. This technical report contains examples of metrics for effectiveness, productivity, safety and satisfaction.
The standard now recognises that usability plays two roles Bevan Journal of Systems and Software,49 1 Preliminary draft for discussion by working group. Ixo recommendations cover menu structure, navigation, option selection and execution, and menu presentation by various techniques including windowing, panels, buttons, fields, etc.
Part 2 addresses task design for working with computer systems. The recommendations cover menu structure, navigation, option selection and execution, and menu presentation by various techniques including windowing, panels, buttons, fields, etc.
While these early drafts may give a good indication of the likely content of the final standard, they are often subject to major change, and in some cases may never be published. Ergonomics of human-system interaction - Human-centred lifecycle process descriptions