ISO is a multi-part standard from the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO ; ISO Abstract. The ISO standard for computer pointing devices proposes an evaluation of performance and comfort . This paper is the first eye tracking. INTERNATIONAL. STANDARD. ISO. First edition. Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals (VDTs) —. Part 9.
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Results obtained and interpretation: 92241-9 from ” https: A medium to high level is expected. Several different types of tests may be used, depending on the task to be performed with a pointing device.
These principles are intended to be used in specifications, design isso evaluation of dialogues for office work with visual display terminals VDTs. Evaluation methods for the design of physical input devices. The provided requirements and recommendations are straight forward and easy to understand and interpret. Variations of target size and movement distance shall be considered, thus several cycles of the same type of test need to be conducted.
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The recommendations cover command language structure and syntax, command representations, input and output considerations, and feedback and help. Thus the guideline applies for V3. For choosing the right 9241-99 devices the norm ISO Selection criteria for input devices, depending on the tasks to be performed. Retrieved 28 April Two additional evaluation methods are briefly described, which are under examination for suitability at the time of publishing isoo norm: This standard has been revised by: ISO also includes a comprehensive qualitative evaluation, called Device Assessment Questionnaire.
Evaluation methods for effectiveness and efficiency. Built by undpaul Drupal development. The norm comprises of several chapters, including: The recommendations cover form structure and output considerations, input considerations, and form navigation.
Get free email updates Join our community of UX professionals who get their monthly fix of user experience insights from Userfocus and get free, exclusive access to our reports and eBooks. This part specifies methods for determining conformance. The general requirements and recommendations for designing input devices are merged into ISO Would you like a searchable version of this document on your own computer?
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Conducting the different test for evaluating effectiveness and efficiency require a medium to high level of. Altogether the effort for conducting is rather high, the effort for analysis is in medium range. The standard covers such devices as the mouse, trackball and other pointing devices, but it does not address voice input.
The methods in the Annex are intended for developers, manufacturers, designers and people involved in procurement to evaluate the usability and ergonomic aspects of established or newly developed input devices.
Other expertise needed required user qualification: The target audience are manufacturers of non-keyboard input devices and people that need to evaluate 941-9 devices. The standard has four annexes: As ofmost premium branded panel manufacturers specify their products as Class 0, expecting a small number of returns due to early failure where a particular item fails to meet Class 0 but would meet Class 1.
The test need to be programmed, which requires some effort. ISO also consists of tests that evaluate the performance, comfort, and effort required in the operation of common ieo devices for people without disability. As part of this change, ISO is renumbering some parts of the standard so that it can cover more topics, e.
ISO 9241 Part 9: Requirements for non-keyboard input devices
The standard also includes a set of design requirements that first covers general requirements and recommendations such as resolution, button design and upper extremity and head postureand then 9241–9 specific input device requirements and recommendations such as mice, pucks and joysticks. It does not specify design requirements or give recommendations for those devices.
ISO also consists of tests that evaluate the performance, comfort, and effort required in the operation of common hand-operated devices. The evaluation has two parts: Note that this standard does not cover voice input. This norm is relevant to evaluate pointing devices in any kind of workstation. Iwo only includes devices for which there exists sufficient published ergonomic information.
Level of HF expertise needed required user qualification The application of the usability methods should be performed by persons, who have the necessary knowledge of usability testing, statistical analysis and required equipment. It is not applicable to those of the requirements of ISO that relate 921-9 gesture- and voice-input systems.