I'm trying to define UX vs. ergonomics so I'm searching the web for good examples to illustrate both of them.
Have you have any pictures or examples of mobile app or websites that could be considered as a good example of what is UX related to another picture (on the same project) that could be seen as a good example of what is ergonomics and why?
Sorry if my request wasn't clear. Let's sum up : I know that ergonomics is part of UX. I know that ergonomics was here before UX. But that's not the point. UX and ergonomics are different things, and I'm trying to find visual examples that show these differences.
This is the kind of examples I'm looking for. From https://medium.com/@maximebou/2-min-pour-comprendre-la-diff%C3%A9rence-entre-ergonomie-et-ux-design-a6bb534f0c1a.
In this post, here's what the author tells in french (trying to sum up the point, not a valid translation):
This is a screen from the Uber app. On this screen, the pointer on the map which shows your position is ergonomics. Knowing that there are 4 nearby Uber drivers is also ergonomics. But showing their position on the map is about UX: it shows that the service is close to you, ready to fullfil your request.
Hope it's my question is more clear this way :)
Here's a definition of ergonomics (in french Ergonomie IHM - IHM stands for "Interface Homme Machine") that is commonly accepted (in France, at least): it's the way to design UI that can be used easily, with comfort and efficiency/efficacy (not sure of the right translation here again - in French, I would use "efficacité et efficience").
To sum up : ergonomics ("ergonomie IHM") is there to design UIs that do the job, where UX is more global (but includes ergonomics) and (to quote Nielsen) make products enjoyable to own / to use.
Now that I define the terminology I'm using, I guess the right translation of the french "ergonomie IHM" should be usability or simply UI (in my mind UI contains the graphical part of the UI, which I exclude here) ?
In the example I've quoted above, considering the terminology I'm using, this makes sense: there's no need for the user to see that Uber service found 4 drivers nearby (and it could be qualified as useless to point them on the map) when he just need one to book. It just makes the user feel that Uber can provide more than he needs, feels like Uber is everywhere, ready to fullfil his (future) needs.