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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ISO 9241 Part 9: Requirements for non-keyboard input devices
Then users rate on each scale item which device is better than the other. Evaluation methods for effectiveness and efficiency. The tests described are: The Usability Training Centre is a trading name of Userfocus limited. Articles needing additional references from August All articles needing additional references All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from April The Borg-scale can be used separately for different body parts or muscle groups, e.
It gives guidance on the design of these devices, taking into consideration the capabilities and limitations of users, and specifies generic design criteria for physical input devices, as well as specific criteria for each type of device.
Retrieved from ” https: With its introduction init revised ISOHuman-centred design for interactive systems. The questionnaire comprises 12 questions about the levels of comfort and effort that are involved in the operation of the system. Note that this standard does not cover voice input.
ISO also consists of tests that evaluate the performance, comfort, and effort required in the operation of common hand-operated devices. Usability ease of use, efficiency, effectiveness Ease of use: Retrieved 28 April The standard covers such devices as the mouse, trackball and other pointing devices, but it does not address voice input.
A standard with three digits other than zero in the number regulate specific aspects. Selection criteria for input devices, depending on the tasks to be performed. This part of ISO applies to several types of non-keyboard input devices including mice, pucks, joysticks, trackballs, tablets and overlays, touch-sensitive screens, styli and light pens.
The provided requirements and recommendations offer basic design principles easy to understand and apply.
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Technical requirements for using the method, tool, etc: The provided requirements and recommendations are straight forward and easy to understand and interpret.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The standard specifies the quality of the input device in terms of a performance criterion: The norm is available as paper version or electronically as a PDF document.
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Requirements for non-keyboard input devices. Of particular interest to the lay computer user are the definitions of flat-panel TV and monitor pixel defects provided in the ISOxx series of standards which renders obsolete ISO It is applicable to the following input devices: It covers those aspects of Graphical User Interfaces that are directly manipulated, and not covered by other parts of ISO The different test and questionnaires ixo clear comparisons of different pointing devices which safeguards that the appropriate on is chosen.
It provides some guidance on how to use the standard and describes how conformance to parts of ISO should be reported. It assesses aspects of operation, fatigue, comfort, and overall usability.
Several different types of tests may be used, depending on the task to be performed with a pointing device. The recommendations cover form structure and output considerations, input considerations, and form navigation.
It was originally titled Ergonomic requirements for office work with visual display terminals VDTs. Conducting the different test for evaluating effectiveness 921-9 efficiency require a medium to high level of.
It specifies methods for determining conformance through observation, performance and by measuring the physical attributes of the various devices. Init revised ISO ISOErgonomics of human-system interaction, provides guidance on human-system interaction throughout the life cycle of interactive systems. This page was last edited on 9 Marchat Note that this standard does not cover voice input. This part of ISO provides requirements and recommendations for the design of non-keyboard input devices which may be used in conjunction with a visual display terminal.