Questions tagged [iso-9241]

ISO 9241 is a multi-part standard from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) covering ergonomics of human-computer interaction.

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ISO Norm as basis for a good style guide

A few years ago I was attenting a conference for frontend web developers about good UX/UI with focus on how buttons in online shops should behave. In my hand written notes I found the following: DIN ...
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Stating obvious interface facts in requirement

I am working on a requirements document regarding the design of a user interface that someone will build. The structure and contents are clear. No problem with that. But I need to mention, at the ...
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Availability of tooltip text for keyboard users

I am programming a desktop application and I use some icon-buttons without labels. I do not want to use Labels because of layout. So I set to every icon a descriptive tooltip text, because some icons ...
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Definition of human centred quality in ISO 9241-220 separates usability and user experience, why?

ISO 9241 defines user experience as: a person's perceptions and responses that result from the use and/or anticipated use of a product, system or service. Based on this definition, we would ...
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ISO 9241: How do the dialogue principles affect the "suitability for the task"?

The ISO 9241 norm for ergonomics of human-computer interaction is composed of 7 guidelines: suitability for the task, suitability for learning, suitability for individualisation, conformity with user ...
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